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Adele Cursed More Than 30 Times at a Concert: Best Twitter Reactions!

Adele performs at the Ziggo Dome on June 1, 2016, in Amsterdam.

She forgets her lines, she burps, she curses! Adele cursed more than 30 times while performing at the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England, on Saturday, June 25, Time magazine reports.

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The British singer, 28 — who never holds back in the cursing department — apparently swore while speaking to the crowd and whenever she messed up a song. At one point, she joked: “S–t, I did that wrong. Perfect time to f–k up a song.”

Adele’s humorous comments, like so many of her other concert shenanigans, have quickly gone viral. “I like her even more. She is divine,” one person tweeted. A second exclaimed: “I LIVE FOR ADELE CURSING.”

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Others, meanwhile, would rather her concerts be a bit more PG. “Great set by @Adele but did she have to swear so much? Sorry kids you can't watch mummy sing at #Glasto2016 cos she's got a #pottymouth,” one concertgoer tweeted.

A second added: “Is it me or is Adele both embarrassing & rude? Stop talking so much & certainly stop swearing. Shan't now show my daughter your show.”

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The “Hello” singer has always been a fan of her foul mouth. In February 2012, she didn’t let her throat surgery get in the way of her habit. “I had an application on my phone that you type the words into it and then it speaks it,” she told CBS. "Most [apps] you can’t swear on, but I found this one app where you can swear, so I’m still really getting my point across.”

Adele’s concert antics have made headlines before. Last month, she forgot the lyrics to her song "Million Years Ago" during a show in Manchester, England. On Saturday, she also belched in a fan’s face while trying to take a selfie. “Oh, my God, I just burped!” she said at the time. “I had a dirty burger before I came on, that’s why.”

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