Vanessa Willoughby
November 05, 2015 10:09 am

Ever since Adele dropped her phenomenal single “Hello,” there has been no shortage of reinterpretations courtesy of the Internet (and Joe Jonas). But the latest “Hello” video homage is particularly potent.

Molly Lou Bartholomew, an ASL interpreter, has created an ASL interpretation video for “Hello,” and we can’t stop watching it. This isn’t the first time Bartholomew has done a video for pop songs. In the past, she’s signed along to “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift, “All of Me,” by John Legend, “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen soundtrack, and “Dear Future Husband” by Meghan Trainor. 

Due to copyright reasons, the music is only featured for about 30 seconds. But that doesn’t impact Bartholomew’s skills. She continues signing the complete song with ease. Still, if you want to witness the whole video in its glory, we suggest syncing it up with your own downloaded version of “Hello.” Trust us. So worth it. 

(Image via YouTube)

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