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Northern Ireland woman's letter to Adele on how she helped mend her broken heart goes viral

By Catherine McCurry

Published 04/12/2015

Tickets for Adele's shows sold out within minutes
Tickets for Adele's shows sold out within minutes

A Londonderry woman has revealed how the singer Adele helped mend her broken heart in a spill-all public post which has taken Facebook by storm.

The no-holds-barred post has gained tens of thousands of likes and shares in a hilarious message to the Hello singer.

Stephanie Pope took to Facebook yesterday to reveal how the hit-singer was there for her at what appeared to be the lowest stage of her break-up with her former fiancée.

Admitting that she was “baring her sole” to the social media world, she said that she is lucky she can now look back at the incident and laugh.

In the expletive filled rant, the Derry woman also stated that she believed her now husband, Ben, was sent to her by the singing sensation.

In a post that many may be familiar with but would not dare to reveal, Mrs Pope isn’t afraid to reveal the bad breakup.

At the time of the break-up Adele gave her epic performance of Someone Like You on the Brit Awards.

Stephanie missed the live performance as the revelations prompted her to go out and get very drunk on a night out with her friends.

After a series of unfortunate events including standing in dog poo and trailing it through her house on the way home and then vomiting - she pressed play on the recorded performance of Someone Like You.

And as she sat, cried and sang along at the top of her lungs her fiance entered the living room and look at her with "disgust".

But in that moment, she describes how she "connected" with Adele and realised she was a woman with "feelings, and a heart and I deserved better".

"All I needed was me and you, because you understood. We connected that night."

She added: "Feels like a million years ago now but I just wanted you to know about it!!"

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