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Adele adores Irish duo who went viral covering her songs: 'I cried!'

When Adele herself heard the newest viral mashup, she took note. And we're so glad she did!
/ Source: TODAY

We've heard more than our fair share of Adele covers since she the megastar came out with her latest album, "25," last November. So it's easy to overlook the newest editions.

But when Adele herself heard the newest viral mashup, she took note. And we're so glad she did!

The cover, which was posted to the Facebook page of the Irish site, Her, features Irish singers Glenn Murphy and Ronan Scolard. While Scolard accompanies on the piano, the duo cover four of Adele's biggest hits: "Someone Like You," "Hello," "All I Ask" and "When We Were Young" — complete with lots of heartbreaking harmony.

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As if 8.3 million views and 127,000 shares on Facebook isn't a great enough display of love for this singing pair, the two later went to Adele's concert, where she brought them onstage and asked them to sing.

In the video, Adele says to the audience, "Did any of you see it yesterday? For those that didn't, prepare to have your mind blown. I cried. I refuse to cry again tonight in front of all of you... It blew my mind."

The pair appeared stupefied.

"They did not know I was going to do this," she explained to the crowd, on their behalf.

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"We brought in specific equipment for you today," Adele told Scolard and Murphy, who then took their places behind the piano and mic stand, respectively.

Then a masterpiece commenced — again.

"Hello?" Murphy says to the audience as a mic check.

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Our favorite part? When Adele sticks her tongue out in awe around — check it out around 3:54.

By the look on these singers' faces, dreams really do come true.