Adele and Ellen team up for hidden camera prank and it’s the best thing ever

After her Grammy performance mishap earlier this week, it’s safe to say Adele was in need of some cheering up.

Luckly she was due to make an appearance on The Ellen Show and was roped into Ellen's hillarious recurring skit #HiddenCameraPranks.

Let’s just say it’s a match made in comedy heaven.

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The songstress strutted into the famous Jamba Juice on LA’s Warner Brothers lot and willingly obeyed Ellen’s outrageous commands over an ear piece as hidden cameras rolled.

It begins tame enough with her innocently asking if she get a large drink in a small cup before declaring that money is no object (which is what all celebrities do, apparently).

It’s when she takes out a scissors, cuts the top off the nearby wheatgrass plant and impersonates a deer, our sides began to split.

Not forgetting the moment she asks her ‘assistant’ to brush her hair.

Oh Adele, never change - ever.

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