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Adele is taking home an Oscar tonight!
The British singer and cowriter Paul Epworth won Best Original Song for the Bond song "Skyfall."
Adele and her beau Simon Konecki smiled from the audience as they gave each other a kiss on the cheek when the winner was revealed.
An emotional Adele choked over her words while giving her acceptance speech, "Thank you so much, this is amazing."
The Oscar winner was still fighting back tears as she turned to her fellow songwriter Epworth and announced, "Oh god. Thank you for believing in me all of the time."
As if we thought we couldn't love Adele anymore after stealing the show with her performance earlier in the night of the Oscar-winning song, she gave an adorable shout out to the special man in her life (her husband)—"And my man, I love you baby."
Epworth took his turn thanking everyone and complimented the British beauty, "I want to thank Adele for being the best person I've ever worked with. She's absolutely amazing."
Adele chimed in, "You're all amazing as well."
This is the first time a Bond tune has won an Oscar in over 30 years.
But this year the Oscar favorite also won best original song at the 2013 Golden Globes and at the 2013 Brit Awards for best single of the year.