Adele, Ellen DeGeneres Prank Jamba Juice Employees for 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
Adele claimed crying the entire day after her less-than-stellar Grammys performance due to audio glitches and she indeed deserve to be treated with a good laugh when she joined Ellen DeGeneres to prank the employees of Jamba Juice.
Adele and DeGeneres put together a hilarious prank on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." While the "Chasing Pavements" star was in the store, DeGeneres dictated exactly what she will say and do and everything was caught on camera.
Before the star went inside the store, an actress who posed as her assistant Simone talked to the staff to treat the singer as a “normal customer.” The "Hello" artist approached an employee asking for a Jamba Juice, Us Magazine reported.
She was asking about the sizes of the drink then tells them that she wanted to order a large one in a small cup which puzzled the employee.
“OK. I’ll have a large, but can I have it in a small cup?” she says. “I’m sorry, I’ve never been here before. In England we don’t have this.”
She then talks about the British counterpart of Jamba which is Swishy Chug. Since the star couldn't decide what to order, she said that "money is no object" and told them she will take all, one of each smoothie.
But the employees were even more surprised when the award-winning singer takes a pair of scissors, cut the wheat grass behind the counter and begins chomping on it. She even said, "I feel like a deer in the forest" then made some deer sounds.
She also asked her assistant to brush her hair while she was chewing on the wheat grass. After a while, she took out a bottle of amaretto and asks if the employees can add it to her smoothie, Today reported.
"I don't think we can do this. I mean I can give you this, put it in your purse, and drink it for later," the cashier said who is apparently hesitant to turn down Adele.
So the singer just took a drink of her amaretto and also gave some to Simone. When it was time to pay, she took out all the stuff from her bag where there were knives, twizzlers and even a pair of handcuffs. She then asked, "Do I pay? I'm a celebrity. Do I have to pay?"
"With my manager's approval, maybe you could get it free," the cashier who has been a good sport from the start, responds.
Adele then told them that DeGeneres will pay because she had been telling her what to say and it is a prank. Watch the hilarious video below: