She’s known for speaking her mind and at the Grammys on Sunday evening Adele didn’t hold back after she saw Chris Brown snub singer Frank Ocean’s win.
Sore loser stayed seated as Frank Ocean took to the stage to accept his first ever Grammy and refused to join in the standing ovation.
The 24-year-old new mother, could be seen staring across at the singer, shaking her head, and soon after appeared to give Brown, 23, a piece of her mind.
As Frank made his way to the stage to collect the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album – a category which Chris was also nominated in – Chris opted to stay seated while the rest of the audience gave the singer a rousing standing ovation.
Just three weeks ago, police in the Los Angeles area were called in about reports of an altercation between the singers over a parking space.
And clearly not over the ordeal, a bitter Chris barely managed to pull his hands together to applaud Ocean as he preserved his energy for the afterparty by not rising to his feet.
As the Rolling In The Deep singer clapped, she was seen looking over at Chris and seemed very disappointed by his actions.
Once Frank’s acceptance speech was complete, the mother-of-one made her way over to Brown to discuss his behaviour.
Slightly embarrassed, Brown looked like he was trying to explain himself to Adele as he reached out to grab her hand, but the songstress continued to say her piece.
However, Adele clearly did not hold Brown’s rude behaviour against him as as the pair were later hugging as they posed rather stiffly for a picture together.
Adele also made sure to get a picture with two time Grammy award-winner Frank, who rounded off his night by making the first televised performance of his Channel Orange song Forrest Gump.
Taking to the stage at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Sunday night, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter cut a dazzling figure in an eye-catching yellow blazer, which he teamed with a powder blue shirt and a striped headband.