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5 March 2013, 13:05 | Updated: 5 March 2013, 13:10
The 'Someone Like You' singer's acceptance speeches have become an internet sensation.
A video clip of Adele saying thank you during her acceptance speeches over the past few years has gone viral.
The super cut in question focuses on Adele's cockney use of "fank you" during her speeches at events like the BRIT Awards, the Grammy Awards and the Oscars, after winning multiple awards over the last two years in particular.
Among the clips shown in the new viral video are Adele picking up her award for Best Original Song at the Oscars 2013 ceremony last month alongside songwriter Paul Epworth, as well as her multiple wins for '21' at the Grammys last year.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer admitted she was overcome with emotion while picking up her first ever Oscar in February, thanking Paul for helping push her to be the best artist she can.
Check out a picture of Adele picking up her award at the Grammys 2012 last year below:
Recent rumours suggest Adele is keen to follow in the footsteps of Beyonce by releasing a HBO-style documentary movie about her life and career, causing an alleged bidding war among TV channels for the potential show.
It has also been reported that the producers of the James Bond films are keen to replicate the success of Skyfall by getting Adele to sing a second theme song for the next film.
Watch the new 'Fank You' viral featuring Adele's acceptance speeches below: