Republican presidential candidate and business magnate Donald Trump is apparently just like us -- he loves Adele.
The 2016 candidate was spotted by a handful of Twitter users at the British songstress's concert Tuesday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York. BuzzFeed's Matt Bellassai tweeted that Trump cut past a line of concert-goers waiting to get into the venue, adding that some attendees cheered the candidate and others booed.
Adele's song "Skyfall," from the Bond movies, is apparently on heavy rotation in Trump's campaign rally playlist, Real Clear Politics reporter Rebecca Berg pointed out.
And Twitter user Daniela Franco took this picture of Trump entering the venue:
Adele is currently promoting her third album, "25." Tuesday's taping of a one-hour special titled "Adele Live in New York City" will air on NBC in December, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The network cut ties with Trump, the longtime host of its show "The Apprentice," in June over controversial comments he made about immigrants during the campaign.
Once inside the concert, attendees near Trump were wowed:
Um!!! At Adele and Amy Poehler and Donald Trump are sitting behind me!! What is my life? And Bill Murray just arrived!— Elizabeth is STAYING HOME (@Elizabeth is STAYING HOME)1447809131.0
And gloated about their own seats in relation to his.
My sister just met Donald Trump- her seats are better than his hahaha @adele— Ranelle (@Ranelle)1447808114.0