Adele won Album of the Year at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, taking home the night's top prize with an emotional speech.
The star's album "25" triumphed over "Lemonade" by Beyoncé, "Purpose" by Justin Bieber, "Views" by Drake and "A Sailor's Guide to Earth" by Sturgill Simpson, marking the fifth Grammy Award for Adele tonight. Despite the win, Adele told the audience that she didn't feel worthy of the honor.
"I can't possibly accept this award," she said before turning her attention to Beyoncé, telling her fellow nominee how moved she was by her album, "Lemonade."
"You move my soul every single day, and you have for 17 years. I adore you, and I want you to be my Mummy," Adele told Beyoncé before praising her album. "The #Lemonade album was so monumental... The way you make me and my friends feel is empowering."
As the camera cut to Beyoncé, she looked equally moved, mouthing the words "I love you" to the British songstress.
"I adore you," Adele continued. "You move my soul every single day."
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