Adele tells Irish fan she will get him a ticket for her Dublin concert

Patrick James says he was "in cardiac arrest" when he saw her reply

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File photo of Adele in 2013 | Image: Ian West / PA Wire/Press Association Images

Adele has been hitting the headlines for all the right reasons lately, and this one is no exception

She has told an Irish fan she will make sure he gets a ticket for her Dublin concert, after he missed out.

Patrick James tweeted the singer, saying: "I've followed @Adele since MySpace & have seen her live every time she's played Dublin, but don't have a ticket for this weekend!".

Just under four hours later the 'Hello' singer replied, saying: "I'll sort you out my love. Can't have you missing this one x".

James says he was "in cardiac arrest" when he saw her reply.

"You don't understand what this means to me! THANK YOU!", he tweeted back.

27-year-old Adele recently won four awards the Brits, including best British single for 'Hello' which broke records when it was released last year.

She was overcome with emotion when she was presented with the global success prize via a video link from British astronaut Tim Peake.

"Not bad for a girl from Tottenham that don't like flying, getting global success. And Tim Peake, I love you, I hope you're okay and not too hungry. Bye", she said.

Adele will play two dates at Dublin's 3 Arena this Friday and Saturday.