Fan surprises Adele by adorably proposing to his partner on stage

Just saw Adele's box! Before the start of the concert many fans expressed their excitement on Twitter after'spotting Adele hiding in the box which appeared to be protected by security

While on stage singing, Adele spotted a security guard telling people to sit down while watching the concert.

The Beyhive's most famous member had her Australian concertgoers buzzing over the weekend after she paid tribute to her idol in a brief but delightful moment captured on social media. Vision: Today Show Nine Network.

This is exactly what happened to one security at a Melbourne concert.

When Chris said "yes", the crowd erupted into applause and the newly engaged couple kissed and were embraced by Adele. A loud cheer went up around the stadium.

The man and the woman, who share a child, got engaged while standing in the crowd as she sang Make You Feel My Love.

"That wasn't planned, I had no idea", Adele is quoted by Nine News as saying after the show.

She then commented on the engagement ring, noting: "Oh, that is sharp".


But she kept fans amused with the explicit gag which had the crowds at the Adelaide Oval in hysterics.

"Thank you for your patience with my absolutely useless banter and thank you for putting up with some bad jokes". "If I see one more person be told to sit down, I swear to God".

The impassioned performance topped off a wildly successful few weeks for the British singer, who impressed audiences all over the country with her honesty and wit.

She then Aussied-up wrapped in the Australian flag towards the end of the show.

"To share the stage with her, if only for five minutes, is really incredible". And there was also the infamous run-in with Brisbane mosquitoes ("They're all trying to kill me!").

The "Hello" hitmaker is now on her "25 World Tour" and on her day off in Melbourne she had her very own tour of the set of the Australian soap set on the fictional Ramsay Street.

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