Image: screenshot, BBC (video below)

The annual Glastonbury festival has wrapped up in the UK, and although being one of the wettest on record the fans still turned out in the thousands to see Adele headline the show.

And according to Adele, it was “the best fucking moment of my whole life”. The singer performed 15 songs which lasted for 90 minutes, one of which was the live debut of “River Lea” from her record-breaking 25 album.

Her performance of “River Lea” didn’t go to plan, however. “Shit I did that wrong. Perfect time to fuck up a song, headlining at Glastonbury,” Adele said during the debut live performance before restarting the song.

The profanity wasn’t isolated to that incident though, this was just one of a count of 33 curses during her headlining set warranting a language warning on BBC, who aired the performance live.

Adele also performed her mega hit “Someone Like You,” to close out the show, view the performance below:

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