From Rick Ross To Rita Ora: Viral “Hello” Covers And Parodies Adele Lovers Can’t Stop Watching
Apparently no one can stop listening to Adele’s megahit “Hello.” And that’s why it’s one of the most covered songs on the Internet right now. From a Korean high school girl’s uncanny cover to Rick Ross’s addition to the smash single, here are the “Hello” covers we love.
And the time they made a whole stadium sing along.
Miss Piggy and Kermit
Whose video for their “Hello” cover just might be better than Adele’s actual video for “Hello.”
The Man Who Gave Us Every Cover in One
From Lil Wayne to Prince to Donna Summer, this YouTuber covered “Hello” in 25 different styles in five minutes and they’re all amazing.
— Black Market (@rickyrozay) October 29, 2015
Rick Ross’s Remake
Even Rick Ross jams to Adele on repeat. To prove it, he made this remix of her hit “Hello” and added his own verse. Are you feeling it?
Adele Pretending to Be Adele
At an audition for Adele impersonators. Watch it and be prepared to feel just as confused and entertained as we were.
The Cast of Saturday Night Live
Because there is just something about the magic of seeing Matthew McConaughey dressed as Adele and singing his heart out.
This Korean Student
Who is Adele if you close your eyes and just listen.
Fellow Brit singer Rita Ora also covered Adele’s “Hello,” but in her own made up language. Not bad, though!
Jimmy Fallon, Adele & The Roots
Who use classroom instruments for a “Hello” jam session that will make you want to pick up the recorder again.
Once you’ve gotten all of the deep versions of “Hello” out of your system, it’s time to laugh out loud at Miranda Sings’s version, which has already accrued more than five million views.
Speaking of funny, Ellen saying “Hello” is about to become the new Dave Chappelle, dressed as Lil Jon, saying, “What?! Okaaay.”
This Dog Trying To Harmonize with Adele
Think you’ve seen and heard all of the Adele covers? It’s time to watch this dog who is what we all sound like trying to sing “Hello.”
And This Movie Mashup
Which is actually kind of an amazing accomplishment if you think about it.