Adele Fan Pleads For Tickets With Hilarious 'Hello' Parody.

When you can't afford Adele tickets!! #HelloFromTheParkingLot (Parody Cover)


Sometimes a girl has to to do, what a girl has to do. That's why one fearless Adele fan took matters into her own hands when she realised tickets to see the star were out of her price range.

Beg, borrow or steal are just three options that comes to mind for any fan looking to snap up tickets to Adele's highly anticipated come back tour.

Janee Bradford from Charlottesville, Virginia, decided to cut out the middle men and take her plight straight to Adele by posting a hilarious parody of 'Hello.' 

Lyrics to her catchy cover, include: "Hello, it’s me. I was wondering you could send me two tickets for free." 

Hoping that the Grammy Award-winning star would take pity on her current lack of funds, she explains: "My pockets ain’t deep. Times have changed and it’s too hard."

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Even though the song was originally submitted as a joke, Janee claims she was shocked that the video not only received a positive reaction, but has become a viral sensation.

She told WVIR: "To have people actually from Charlottesville, you know, pushing me and supporting me and being my family away from home, it means a lot". 

There's no word yet as to whether Adele's management have reached out to the singer to offer her some complimentary tickets. But we hope she gets lucky!

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Here's the full lyrics to Janee's Adele 'Hello' cover:

Hello, it’s me

I was wondering you could send me two tickets for free

Cuz they too high

My pockets ain’t deep

Times have changed and it’s too hard

Ain’t nothing aorund me cheap

Hello, Adele, can you hear me?

I’m in Charlottesville, Virginia dreaming

But I can’t pay that price

I gotta pay for rent gotta pay for life

I gotta pay for Wi-Fi

There’s such a difference between us

And I really can’t

Hello from the parking lot

I’m so glad I got a close spot

Cause I can’t see you but I know you are here

A hundred damn dollars

Adele that ain’t fair