Re-do, please

Adele stops mid-song, demands do-over on live TV during George Michael tribute at last night’s Grammys

Sometimes you just need a re-do. That’s what happened to Adele during her George Michael tribute at last evening’s Grammys.

The 28-year-old diva, who took home three awards last night, including Album of the Year, was performing a slowed-down arrangement of Michael’s ode to casual gay sex “Fastlove.” It was her second performance of the evening.

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During the opening of the song, she missed a note, throwing throwing the rest of the intro of the song off-key. Rather than power through, Adele just…stopped.

“I know it’s live TV,” she said. “I’m so f*cking sorry. I can’t do it again like last year.”

She was referring to her 2016 Grammy performance of “All I Ask” that was plagued by technical difficulties.

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“I’m sorry for swearing and I’m sorry for starting again,” Adele said. “I can’t mess this up for him. I’m sorry, I can’t.”

Check out the true diva moment below…