Adele, joined on stage by drag impersonator

Last night, Adele took to the stage for her first Australian concert at the Domain Stadium in Perth, Western Australia and invited drag queen DJ Feminem to join her in front of her 65,000 fans.

Playing at Perth's Domain Stadium on 28 February, the 28-year-old singer temporarily halted the show and walked to the middle stage where she chose audience members to receive the generous gifts.

In case you've been living under a rock, Adele has finally kicked off her Australian tour.

The experience was sealed with the pair posing for the now compulsory selfie.

As well as opening the show with a stirring performance of Hello, she also paid tribute to the late George Michael with a slowed-down version of Fast Love.

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"They annoyed me; they revealed my dress and everything - I wanted it to be a surprise for you", she added. And safe to say, she made the right choice. After she saw Feminem, she waved and then winked at her.

This is the first time 28-year-old Adele has performed in Australia, and unsurprisingly, the Grammy victor is already a massive hit.

She told the crowd: "The weight is going to fall off of me on this tour". "And then when she came further and was walking down the catwalk, she circled the stage she stopped and she said 'I want to meet you.' And security did the rest".

Adele will next play in Brisbane followed by Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and New Zealand.

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