Adele's fans have shown their support for the singer by gathering for a sing-song outside Wembley stadium.
Disappointed ticket holders for her final dates at Wembley took matters into their own hands when they heard that thesuperstar had to cancel her shows due to damaged vocal chords.
Using #SingForAdele, her fans, who call themselves the Daydreamers, organised to meet up outside of the concert venue at the time that the singer should have been performing and give their own rendition of her tracks.
The call for fans to come and sing on social media said: "Adele can't sing for us but we can sing for her."
Videos of the loyal fans performing Adele's tracks were shared on social media.
On Saturday the star posted a statement on Instagram saying she was "devastated" after being forced to cancel the last two nights of her tour.
The singer said she damaged her vocal cords and was told to postpone the shows at Wembley Stadium on Saturday and Sunday, following medical advice.
On a post shared on social media, she said: "To say I'm heartbroken would be an understatement."
The Grammy award winner said she went to see a throat doctor on Friday night, who advised her not to perform over the weekend.
She said: "I'm already maxed out on steroids and aids for my voice.
The weekend concerts were the last two of her tour which included 121 shows, beginning in February 2016.
The world-famous singer also reassured fans that if the shows cannot be rescheduled then refunds will be available.