'SNL': Adele's 'Hello' Brings Healing Power to Thanksgiving Dinner (Video)

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Aidy Bryant, Beck Bennett, Cecily Strong, Jay Pharoah, and Kate McKinnon during the "Thanksgiving Miracle" sketch on  "Saturday Night Live" on Nov. 21, 2015.

The Matthew McConaughey-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live on Nov. 21 celebrated the healing power of Adele's music.

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The sounds of SNL musical guest Adele were featured in many of the night's sketches, including a Thanksgiving video in which her song "Hello" brought the family together. Watch below.

McConaughey participated as a grandfather engaged in Thanksgiving discussion with his family when a debate concerning Syrian refugees suddenly sparked arguments across the table, but they suddenly softened as soon as Adele's "Hello" was played in the room.

When the song was turned off, the family went back to arguing across the table, but every time the song was turned back on, each member of the family embraced each other with joy and started to resemble Adele's look in her "Hello" music video, with features including her blond hair and painted nails.

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The words: “Everyone has different opinions and beliefs. But there’s one thing that unites us all" flashed across the screen during the video, in reference to Adele's music.

This article originally appeared in THR.com.


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