Adele Endorses Hillary Clinton, Tells Fans 'Don't Vote' for Donald Trump

Alasdair McLellan

Adele photographed in 2015.

Adele has joined the chorus of celebs calling out Donald Trump. And she did so when Hillary Clinton was in the house. 

Clinton was a special guest at Adele’s concert Tuesday night (Oct. 25) at Miami’s American Airlines Arena, in support of her diamond-certified third album 25.

The Democratic presidential candidate chose a fine night to catch the Londoner in action. The star singer endorsed Clinton's bid for the White House and told the audience: “Don’t vote for him, that’s what I’m saying."

Adele, who is born and raised in England, can’t vote on the Nov. 8 U.S. election. But she can certainly help influence the outcome. 

Adele asked her fans to turn their backs on Trump, the Republican candidate, because "what happens in America affects" her too, local media reports. "I can't vote but I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton. I love her." 

That’s some early birthday present for Clinton, who turns 68 on Wednesday. 

Watch video of Adele’s comments below.