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A convicted felon just wanted to let the judge know he was sorry -- by performing his own rendition of an Adele song at his sentencing hearing in Michigan.

21-year-old Brian Earl Taylor belted out his apology to the tune of Adele's hit "Hello," substituting the word "sorry" for "hello."

Taylor was sentenced to two years in prison for a concealed weapon and 18 months to 15 years for unlawful imprisonment.

Judge Darlene O’Brien told Taylor he was a very talented and said she hopes he finds an appropriate way to use his talents.

Watch the clip above.


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