Adele gets emotional as she offered a heartfelt performance to Brussels. The songstress gave her famous rendition of the Bob Dylan classic, “Make You Feel My Love”.

She asked her fans who came to the O2 Arena in London for her “25” concert tour to join her in a tribute to the victims of the Brussels’ terrorist attack, Celebrity-Gossip reported.

“This is ‘Make You Feel My Love,’ and this is for Brussels tonight. I want you to all sing it with me, alright, so they hear us,” Adele said.

“I don’t think I’ve ever actually been so moved before in my life at one of my shows. That was just so beautiful. Thank you very much for doing that. I really, really appreciate it. It’s such a beautiful song. I think they heard us,” Adele told her audience afterwards.

As she sang, she asked the crowd to raise their lighted mobile phones.

Before her song, the songstress expressed her contempt for the terrorists responsible for the bombings.

“We’re all here for the same reason. I’m hoping you’ve all come to be entertained by me. I’m here to entertain you, so we’re all united, so that makes us much better than them f***ers. You’re on, you f***ers,” the songstress said.

The singer encouraged the audience to band together against the recent atrocities, The Sun reported.

Adele recorded “Make You Feel My Love” for “19”, her debut album, Rolling Stone recalled.

Adele joined other celebrities who spoke out against the Brussels attacks. Many celebrities voiced their opinions of the tragedy on social media.

Watch a fan-shot video of Adele as she sings.

Separate explosions rocked the country’s airport and metro system on March 22. The terrorist group ISIS recently claimed responsibility for the attacks. The bombers from the terrorist group brought in explosives packed in suitcases.