Standing ovation

Adam Lambert had everyone (including Cher) sobbing with his performance at the Kennedy Center Honors

Adam Lambert left the whole room in tears with his emotional cover of Cher’s “Believe” performed at the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors, which aired last night on CBS.

Seriously, the whole room. As well as living rooms across America.

The 41st annual celebration of the arts was held on December 2 and hosted by Gloria Estefan. It aired last night on CBS.

In addition to Cher, the 2018 Honorees included none other than country music superstar Reba McEntire, composer and pianist Philip Glass, jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter, and the three co-creators of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton.

Performers from the night included Cyndi Lauper and Kelly Clarkson among others. But it was Adam Lambert who stole the show and left everyone, including Cher, speechless.

Watch.