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The New York Times Just Issued An Amazing Correction About Adele's "Hello"

♫ HELLO FROM THE OTHER SIIIIIIDE ♫

Posted on November 18, 2015, at 9:58 p.m. ET

By now, you've probably heard Adele's new track "Hello" on endless repeat on every station in the country. IT'S JUST. THAT. GOOD.

On Wednesday, the New York Times published a review of her new album, 25, calling "Hello" an example of "Adele at her savviest."

New York Times / Via nytimes.com

"And by midsong, she is also at her best," the original review stated. "Even when she is singing at her most powerful — “Hello from the outsiiiiiide, I must have called a thousand tiiiiiiimes” — she’s never anything other than calm."

Now, of course, Adele does sing "Hello from the outsiiiiiide," BUT as eagle-eyes fans quickly noted it's followed by "at least I can say that I've triiiiiied" and NOT "I must have called a thousand tiiiiiimes"....

Which meant the New York Times, winner of 117 Pulitzer prizes, had to print this correction:

New York Times

What a time to be alive.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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