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December 15, 2015 12:20 PM

It’s official: Adele can make grown men weep.

Just ask David Arquette, who needed a box of tissues as Adele set fire to the ratings during her record-breaking NBC special on Monday.

“I’m already crying and it’s just @adelle show intro,” Arquette wrote of Adele Live in New York City via Twitter.

He later described the 27 year old as both "emotional crack" and "adorable."

Arquette wasn’t the only celebrity feeling Adele’s love spread through Radio City Music Hall, where the chart-topper tore the roof down during a star-studded taping on Nov. 17.

From one powerhouse vocalist to another, Kelly Clarkson praised Adele’s focus on the music. The singer wrote, “@adele killer special on @nbc I feel like I’m a kid again & singers can really sing 🙂 Can’t wait to see you live in concert again!”

Rita Wilson summed up the feelings of many when she tweeted, “.@Adele I am so happy right now watching you!”

Tennis legend Chris Evert added her own thoughts, writing simply, “ADELE…I’m in heaven….”

Alyssa Milano took note of Adele’s porcelain skin, writing, “That Adele sure is beautiful. Wowie.”

Fans won’t have to wait too long to see Adele in concert. On Monday, the “Hello” singer announced a 56-date tour of North America starting on July 5.

The record-breaking artist – and her chic new haircut – will take her last bow of the tour in Mexico City on Nov. 15. Tickets go on sale Thursday via her official website.

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