She then blew everyone, including Adele, away with her rendition of "Rumour Has It". The Hello singer armed herself with a large gun and shot $20 (£24.60) notes wrapped in t-shirts into the audience on the first night of her Australian tour.
Just before a 40-strong male choir joined her on stage for a back-breaking rendition of "Skyfall", Adele also revealed she forced to cut pyrotechnics from that section of the show after debris flew in her four-year-old son's eye during Monday night's rehearsal.
"I impersonate you professionally for a job", Feminem told the star, before showcasing some surprise vocals on a verse of "Rumor Has It", as seen in the video above.
People's Court judge Joseph Wapner dies at 97
In 1981, two years after retiring from his previous judicial position, Wapner found himself presiding over The People's Court. Wapner hosted The People's Court for 12 years, leaving the show in 1993 when it went on a four year hiatus.
The down-to-earth singer/songwriter appeared genuinely overwhelmed by the loud cheers throughout the show, welling up at one point and telling the crowd she would never forget the moment.
The 28-year-old left the stage briefly, during which a kiss cam provided a lot of laughs, before she returned for an encore to perform When We Were Young, Rolling In The Deep and Someone Like You. You're seven? You look lovely. "The sweat is dripping down my thighs". "You look absolutely lovely". There wasn't much of a crowd; there was, like, five people - very secretive despite all the f*****g helicopters flying around.
'And then when she came further and was walking down the catwalk, she circled the stage she stopped and she said 'I want to meet you.' And security did the rest, ' she explained.