Adele has made an autistic girl’s dream come true by inviting her on stage to sing Someone Like You her idol.
The star spotted Whitefield schoolgirl Emily Tammam in the audience at Manchester Arena with a bright pink banner that read: "It's my dream to sing with Adele."
She brought the 12-year-old up onto the stage with her at the sell out gig on Tuesday evening and clapped along as they sang to 20,000 fans.
Emily, who also has ADHD and a joint ailment, left the audience in awe as she hit all the high notes.
Her dad Ray Tammam, told the Manchester Evening News: "Adele is her favourite singer. Luckily we were very close to the small stage in the middle - we were sat right next to the stage.
"She had a sign saying ‘It is my dream to sing with Adele’ which she held up. Right at the end at the second to last song of the night she was reading out one or two of the signs.
"She turned around and Emily put the lights on her sign, Adele saw it and said ‘Ok come on the stage’.
"She came up on the stage, as I was sat there thinking ‘Oh my god’. Emily went up quite happily, she loves singing. She sings every day of her life....She has a different persona when she sings on stage."
he said that his daughter want to inspire other people with disabilities that they can still do mainstream things.
Adele is playing four sold out gigs at the venue as part of her world tour for her latest album 25.