Adele Channels Beyonce in Concert, With Some Help From a Wind Machine

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Adele and Beyonce attend the 55th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 10, 2013 in Los Angeles.

Adele channeled Beyoncé during a concert in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, leaning over an electric fan on the side of the stage to cool off between songs, saying, “The fan right here is saving my life.”

“You are, as well, the real fans,” she joked.

The "Hello" singer was then inspired by her hair flowing back -- a typical Queen Bey concert move -- and began singing “Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh” from her idol’s “Crazy in Love.”

“I don’t know how she does it, even just squatting down then. How does she do it?” Adele remarked.

The singer then began twirling her hair in circular motion to a beat provided by her band.

Adele has been quite vocal in the past about her love for Beyoncé and even dedicated her album of the year Grammy to Bey in February, stating that Lemonade truly should have won.