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Watch Sir David Attenborough's Amazing Narration of Adele's 'Hello' Video

If you're like me, right now you're obsessed with Adele's latest hit song "Hello." Her new album "25" drops on Nov. 20 and needless to say, Adele fans are stoked. Sir David Attenborough—famed for his narration of the wildlife documentary series Planet Earth—appeared on BBC Radio 1, and the BBC host asked him if he would narrate the beginning of Adele's "Hello."

Yes, it's just as amazing as you're imagining it is:

And if you haven't seen Ellen's spoof of the song, you should probably check that out too:

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