It seems that average proposals simply don't make the cut in this day and age.
Aaron Paul is the latest celeb to help a fan propose after Jason Lord enlisted the actor to assist in asking his ladylove of three years, Jackie Prater, for her hand in marriage.
A YouTube video, which captures the touching proposal, tells the couple's love story from one of their earliest dates, where they drunkenly dueted to Mr. Big's "To Be With You."
"The song has been an inside joke for them ever since," according to the video, so naturally, Lord put together a band and asked the pair's close friends to help sing the duo's drunken love song to Prater.
But that was just the beginning of the bride-to-be's big surprise, as Lord belts out the lyrics with his temporary bandmates on stage while playing the keyboard as Jackie laughs with joy.
At the end of the song, Paul, who just happens to be Prater's favorite actor, pops into the video to cue Lord's proposal.
"Hi Jackie. It's Aaron. Hope all is well in Chicago. I just wanted to send you a message on behalf of my good friend Jason. I think you know him, who I understand has a very important question to ask," the Breaking Bad actor says as Jackie begins to cry in disbelief.
Lord then pops the question, and of course, Jackie says yes (how could she not?!) as the newly-engaged couple shares a romantic kiss.
"Good luck to you two. Couldn't be happier for you. Yeah, bitch," the Emmy-award winning actor added at the end of the clip.
The JT fan who popped the question to his girlfriend during the "Suit & Tie" singer's Sunday, Dec. 15 concert at the KFC Yum! Center tells E! News of the advice the singer gave to him before he proposed in front of the giant stadium.
"Justin said when I got up there, he was going to hand me the mic, and 'I would have to man up,'" the JT fan told E! News, adding that Jessica Biel's mister toasted the moment with a shot of tequila.
As for Justin advice to him?
"Justin said, 'Just don't be nervous,'" the fan shared.
Congrats to both couples on their recent engagements!
—Additional reporting by Lindsey Caldwell