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Adele pranks Adele impersonators disguised as an impersonator, 'Jenny'

No one can do Adele quite like Adele.
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No one can do Adele quite like Adele.

The singer proved just that for a prank on her BBC special, "Adele at the BBC." With the help of Graham Norton, Adele surprised a group of Adele impersonators — dressed as an Adele impersonator herself.

With a nose and chin prosthetic, as well as makeup to make her eyes and lips appear different, Adele embedded herself among the impersonators claiming she was a nanny named "Jenny," and took some time to chat with the group as they auditioned.

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"Can't wait for the new album," one impersonator said.

"She's taking her time," Adele quipped, in reference to the fact that "25" is her first album in three years.

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After pretending to be nervous, Adele's "Jenny" took the stage, and as soon as she started singing, the impersonators caught on to the prank.

Watch the full clip to see their priceless reactions!

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