As if we needed yet another reason to adore Adele, the Grammy winner showed us her saucy side during one night of her many sold-out concerts at London's O2 Arena.

The "Hello" singer took a break between songs to chat with fans and playfully dance around the stage—and by playfully dance, what we really mean is twerk.

Yep, the 27-year-old shook what her mama gave her for fans to see and her reaction to her own moves is what really takes the cake (no pub intended!).

"I think I just twerked," Adele exclaimed, seemingly more surprised than anyone that she could twerk it out.

"I can't do it that well. My whole body has to move," she added while giggling. "My bum could break my back it's so enormous."

As expected, the crowd went wild and couldn't get enough of her candid comments and dance moves.

And speaking of, the singer's entire tour seems to be filled with spontaneous heartwarming moments. From fan selfie photobombs, to impromptu on-stage proposals and surprising duets, Adele is giving fans a memorable night during every night of her sold-out world tour.

In fact, during an earlier concert over the weekend at the same arena, Adele joked with the audience about why she was weary of attending a future Rihanna concert in her hometown.

"I love her," she explained of the "Work" singer.

"I'm thinking of going to Coventry to watch Rihanna because she's playing Wembley the day before I play Glastonbury, and if I go to that, I'll have no voice, I know it. All that weed in the air—I'll get stoned." Oh, Adele!

Adele Live 2016 is currently 105 shows all across Europe and North America and is schedule to conclude on Nov. 15 in Mexico City. Here's to (hopefully) many more twerking moments from the beloved Brit songstress!

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