To Celebrate April Fools' Day, Revisit the Time Adele Fooled Adele Impersonators in the Best Prank Ever

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Adele performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Adele is used to doing the impossible, but who knew the chart-topping queen could be a master of disguise?

As part of her BBC Special Adele at the BBC back in 2015, the British powerhouse slapped on some heavy makeup, a fake nose and fake chin to fool other Adele impersonators, who were invited to be a part of a fake pilot at the Wimbledon Theatre.

As "Jenny," Adele feigned dizziness and even got the jitters once it was her time to perform, and of course no one can forget the shock on the faux Adeles’ faces once she opened her mouth to sing.

To remix a line from our Billboard cover star, Missy Elliott, “There is only one Adele.”

Watch the brilliant skit below:

This article has been updated.


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