Wade told BBC News: "It just kind of blacked out and all I could see was Chris and Adele standing there. To share the stage with her, if only for five minutes, is really incredible. We’re very much in her debt." The couple might have a while to wait until they can legally tie the know in their home country however, equal marriage has still not been legalised in Australia. Adele has repeatedly shown her support for the LGBT community during her current world tour, performing with a rainbow flag as she dedicated a song to the victim's of last year's Orlando massacre , giving two dads the ultimate family photo, and even meeting her drag queen doppelganger. The 'Someone Like You' singer, whose third studio album 25 won 'Album of the Year' at last month's Grammy Awards, will wrap up her current world tour with four shows at London's Wembley Stadium in June and July. More stories: ‘The Walking Dead’ character comes out as gay in latest episode ‘Gay men won’t be truly free until we learn to ditch labels like masc and femme’
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