Adele Gets Support from BFFs Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone At L.A. Pre-Grammy Concert

Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, and Adele are one of the hottest and A-list best friends forever (BFF) in Hollywood, and it shows how much the trio care for each other and celebrate their successes.

Friday night, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone were spotted supporting their BFF Adele at her surprise Pre-Grammy concert at the Wiltern, Los Angeles. While Lawrence and Stone weren’t the only A-list guests during Adele’s surprise warm-up concert, the two best friends certainly looked the part of Adele’s stage moms. Lawrence and Stone were watching Adele from the theatre’s balcony, alongside Katy Perry. Perry is Lawrence and Stone’s new acquaintance, after having met only at the recent Golden Globe Awards.

Spotted with Katy Perry is rumored new love interest Orlando Bloom. Other stars who came to support Adele at the Wiltern were Woody Harrelson, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Josh Groban, and John Mayer. It was fortunate that Katy Perry were able to join Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone in supporting their dear friend Adele at the Wiltern concert since she just announced she won’t be able to attend the Grammy Awards on Monday.

The Hollywood celebs spotted during Adele’s Wiltern gig went to social media to commend the artist.

Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone, however, are both elusive and extremely scarce on social media so their fan sites posted on their behalf, putting up photos of Lawrence and Stone leaving the Adele gig together Friday night.

Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, and Adele may not be seen so frequently together, owing to their very busy schedules, but Lawrence opened to Glamour magazine how dear Stone and Adele are to her.

“Adele and I met, like, a year or so ago. Adele and I are a bit harsher; Emma’s never had a bad thought about anybody in her life. It’s so weird; I don’t like new people. But these two women—and Amy [Schumer]—they’re really lovely. And they’re so normal. I feel like I’m hanging out with my friends—my friends that don’t give a f–k about what I do.”

BFFs Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence, and Adele (photo by Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto via Getty Images)

Adele’s last minute pre-Grammy’s show at the Wiltern, Los Angeles, is her first concert in the city since 2011, that’s why people over at California were pretty excited to get in the guestlist. Only announced this week, Adele’s pre-Grammy’s concert only opened to people at the California area who were already pre-registered on her website. Only some 2,000 guests were admitted to the exclusive Adele gig.

Tickets to the exclusive Adele concert sold off at $50 for the Californian residents. Although the tickets sold like hot cakes as soon as the announcement went off, Adele apologized to the crowd during the concert for the price of the tickets.

“Sorry if it was a pain in the a** getting the tickets. Did any of you pay more than $50 for any of these tickets? [The record company] were all saying, ‘Oh let’s do $150 a ticket, oh yeah! So-n-so said that…’ I said $50. I would have (charged) less, but my record label is paying for this. As you can see by the set, we’ve run out of money (referencing the simple backdrop).”

Adele was amazing and hilarious throughout the night, talking about her trip to DisneyLand prior to the show, how she felt hot on the stage (“I feel like my makeup’s about to slide off me face!”), and even sang a Happy Birthday to a lucky fan on the venue. Before she sang her final song for the evening, which was her hit single “Rolling in the Deep,” she made the guests sing their version of Hello and scrambled backstage to get a phone to record the crowd with.

Adele’s full setlist at the Wiltern was the following.

  • “Hello”
  • “Hometown Glory”
  • “One and Only”
  • “Rumour Has It”
  • “Water Under the Bridge”
  • “I Miss You”
  • “Turning Tables”
  • “Million Years Ago”
  • “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”
  • “Chasing Pavements”
  • “Someone Like You”
  • “Set Fire to the Rain”
  • “All I Ask”
  • “When We Were Young”
  • “Hello (reprise/audience sing-a-long)”
  • “Rolling In the Deep”

[Featured photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]