Adele knows how to bring in a crowd!

The "Hello" songstress performed to a sold-out crowd at Radio City Music Hall Tuesday, which was being taped for an NBC special that will air in December. Jimmy Fallon warmed up the crowd for a couple of minutes before the mega-talented took the stage and blew the audience away with her dramatic melodies.

Even though thousands from around the U.S. packed into the iconic theater, many of the attendees were A-list celebrities, famous broadcasters and other high-profile notables. Among the celebs were Jennifer Lawrence, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, David Schwimmer, Daniel Day Lewis, Bradley Cooper and girlfriend Irina Shayk.

Does Adele know how to add star power or what? She reeled in some major Oscar winners!

Other notable attendees included Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie and Colin Jost. The Today show co-hosts gushed about Adele's concert on-air Wednesday morning, and Kotb also posted a picture of the 27-year-old taking the stage and described her as "perfect."

Hello, she said. Slay, she did. #adele #live #radiocitymusichall #hello

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Raven-Symoné and designer Prabal Gurung were also two of the #blessed attendees who posted photos and videos of the angelic performer, and based on these alone we know it's going to be a powerhouse special. Gurung shared a clip of her nailing "Hello," and it's debatably better than the recorded version—but only because it's live, it's Adele and she's finally back.

But the real surprises came in the form of political hopefuls: Donald Trump and Chris Christie. Apparently the presidential hopefuls were willing to put the brakes on their campaigns and take in some tunes—and we don't blame them!

It should also be noted that Simon Konecki's fiancée looked absolutely stunning on stage. Ditching her normal all-black look, Adele stunned in a black and gold-embellished gown with a scooped neckline.

Will you be watching Adele's special? Sound off in the comments!

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