The lights, the fireworks, the screens, the effects are what you would be more likely to find at an AC/DC concert, let alone at an Adele show.
Instead, she invited one of the crowd up on to the stage at the second and final Melbourne concert.
She even broke out into the chorus of "Crazy in Love", accompanied by dance moves - until she had to stop.
I actually had no idea that was going to happen!
"Adele's Melbourne show is already off to a kick-arse start with a super sweet same-sex marriage proposal", Lucy Thomas tweeted.
Adele is, of course, a vocal supporter of all things Beyoncé.
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The lucky fan was Samira Dandachl, who said she "couldn't believe her luck".
In footage posted on social media, Adele is seen finishing her single "Water Under The Bridge" before telling the man: "Excuse me sir?" "You are our light".
And in another highlight, Adele gave a tongue lashing to a security guard who was behaving like a killjoy. "I'm sorry", she told the crowd afterwards.
Emotions were certainly running high during the concert, with the 15-time Grammy-award victor telling off a security guard who was ordering screaming fans to sit down mid-show. "If I see one person told to sit down, I swear to God..."
To make up for the feat, she said that a member of the audience would be brought up on stage. "We're very much in her debt".
Adele heads to New Zealand this week, and will perform three sold-out shows at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on March 23, 25 and 26.