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Adele Talks About Beyonce in Speech at the 2017 Grammys

Adele Praises Beyoncé in Her Grammys Speech: "You Move My Soul Every Single Day"

Of all the winners at Monday's Grammys, Adele really cleaned up. In addition to winning song of the year for "Hello," the singer took home trophies for both record and album of the year, beating out Beyoncé in both categories. While Queen Bey didn't take home the gold, Adele made sure that her "idol" was still recognised. Not only did she call Beyoncé her "dream," but she dedicated both of her trophies to her, saying, "I adore you and you move my soul every single day." Adele is the first artist to sweep album, song, and record of the year twice (she first won back in 2012). Congrats, Adele!

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