Adele & Ellen DeGeneres Prank Jamba Juice Employees After 2016 Grammy Awards Fiasco

By Victoria Guerra | Feb 19, 2016 01:00 PM EST
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Adele is coming off a week of reminding everyone that the reason we love her, besides the fact that her voice is surreal kind of beautiful, is that she's human like the rest of us. After a lackluster performance at last Monday's 2016 Grammy Awards, the "Hello" diva went on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to redeem herself -- and to team up with the hostess to prank Jamba Juice employees!

According to Billboard, DeGeneres wasn't physically present during the prank, rather telling Adele what to do via a hidden earpiece. For a few minutes, the famously down-to-earth British singer basically tortured Jamba Juice workers as the worst possible customer.

As DeGeneres walked her through the meanness, the multiple Grammy Award winner played on every possible stereotype of obnoxious celebrity, from taking booze out of her purse (and asking the employees to spike up her drink with it) to asking whether she really has to pay, considering she's Adele and all.

Although the entire clip is downright hilarious, the bit where DeGeneres makes her eat wheatgrass and then (terribly) imitate a deer is one of the funniest things that have happened on the talk show, and the hostess is crying with laughter at the studio at some point.

As Entertainment Tonight Online reports, though, it wasn't all fun and laughs when Adele appeared on DeGeneres' show this week. Speaking candidly, Adele revealed that she spent the entire Tuesday crying over her latest public performance.

Last Monday, everything that could possibly go wrong with her Grammy Awards performance last Monday did, from getting a few notes off to some major sound issues when she was singing "All I Ask."

Of course, the British superstar and terrible Jamba Juice patron decided to make up for lost time, doing another rendition of her hit song, so everybody (including the singer) is happy to finally hear it the way it was supposed to go!

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