They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
If so, Adele should feel pretty good right now.
The video for “Hello,” Adele’s first single from her new album “25,” is a favorite among celebrities and musicians.
So it’s only right that it’s been spoofed by Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog, “Saturday Night Live” and KC native Rob Riggle.
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Miss Piggy’s rendition of “Hello” debuted Sunday night during the American Music Awards.
The famous Muppet donned a similar scarf and coat to Adele in a sepia-toned clip, with Kermit finally answering Miss Piggy’s call.
“SNL” used Adele’s voice to solve any and all Thanksgiving quarrels between family members in a skit titled “A Thanksgiving Miracle.”
When the dinner conversation turned to refugees and race, a young girl turned on “Hello,” and suddenly all the arguments stopped.
Adele even responded to the spoof, posting this photo to Instagram:
We can hear her famous cackle now.
We think it’s safe to say Adele is universally loved. But maybe not by the man who won’t pick up her phone call.