Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and more hit up the British star's one-night-only show

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Talk about a starry night.

Adele drew out a particularly A-list crowd for her sold-out, one-night-only Radio City concert Tuesday night.

The 27-year-old singer – whose performance will air at 10 p.m. ET on Dec. 14 as a one-hour special, Adele Live in New York City, on NBC – arrived to the famous venue dressed to the nines in a sequined Jenny Packham gown, hair in a bee-hive up-do.

While tickets for the show were available through an online lottery, some Hollywood mainstays – including Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Donald Trump, Steven Spielberg and Peter Facinelli and Jaimie Alexander – scored seats as well.

The British star’s show came just three days before her much-anticipated third album, 25, is due for release.

And the appearance marked her first performance in the U.S. since gracing the stage at the Oscars for “Skyfall” in 2013 – and it was her first concert in four years.

And Radio City was just one of her New York stops: Saturday, she’ll make her return to SNL as musical guest.