One lucky female One Direction fan, a former beauty queen, will have quite the story of her life to tell, thanks to Harry Styles.

At the pop group's concert in Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday, the 20-year-old singer stopped the show to call attention to a man in the crowd.

"I have a friend in the audience now," Styles told the audience, as seen in several fan-made viral YouTube videos. "He's called Bradley. There he is. Bradley, would you like to bring your girlfriend up this way?"

A Jumbotron showed the man, a 28-year-old singer-songwriter named Bradley Chisenhall (whose stage name is Bradley Mitchell), standing amid the crowd and getting on one knee, taking out a ring box and proposing to his lady as fans cheered and filmed the moment with their smartphones. The girlfriend nodded enthusiastically and leaped onto her beau, hugging him and wrapping her legs around his waist.

"She said yes!" Styles shouted as the audience members continued to scream with excitement.

Chisenhall's new fiancée is Christine Kozlowski, Miss Mississippi 2008 who now works as a pageant coach, singer and actress. Wednesday was also her 26th birthday. She and her beau also attended the concert with his sister, Shelby.

In December 2013, another male heartthrob, Justin Timberlake, stopped his own concert and allowed a man to propose to his girlfriend—on stage!

"If you'd waited, I was gonna get you up on stage," Styles told the newly engaged couple at the One Direction concert, adding. "I was very nervous today. I didn't want to mess it up."

"We're very happy for you both," he said. "Thank you for coming."

Chisenhall had revealed his plan to propose days before the concert on Twitter. He tweeted at all five One Direction members—Styles, Liam PayneNiall HoranZayn Malik and Louis Tomlinsonand sought help from fans, later encouraging them to tweet the hashtag #1Dproposal. More than 1,200 people complied.

Kozlowski likely did not check his Twitter page, as she said she was surprised by the proposal.

Chisenhall explained how he pulled off the proposal plan on his Facebook page.

"Everyone was interested in how I made it happen. I talked to Harry Styles' mom and he contacted me soon after to plan it out. This is the first message he sent," he wrote.

 

After the show, the two got to hang out with Styles on the band's tour bus. The couple shared photos of themselves with the singer on their Instagram pages.

"Tour bus stylin with Harry himself," Kozlowski said. "This man is a saint. If you only knew how amazing he made our night and this special proposal—he also saved our night after we had three dead cell phones, no ids, minimal cash, and a lost set of car keys. He just saved our night, and made this the most special night anyone could possibly ask for."

"Thank you@harrystyles@beerad4220 and I are blessed beyond measure. Better than words. #littlethings #onedirection #hotlanta #georgiadome #tourbus #1Dproposal

 

Chisenhall called Styles "one of the coolest dudes" he has ever met."

"@harrystyles helped me propose to my girlfriend tonight and then hung out with us after. #onedirection #harrystyles #engaged #bestnightever," he said.

He also tweeted, "Thanks for the help directioners!!! Y'all made this night amazing! Harry was so awesome! Thanks again!"

Kozlowski also showed off her new engagement ring.

"My first ring selfie!" she said. "Still in much disbelief and shock but so incredibly grateful for what is happening in my life."

"Me and my beautiful fiancé @christinekozlowski I love this girl so much. Thanks for making it happen guys! Best night ever! #1DProposal #onedirection #engaged," Chisenhall said.

"Had no idea what I was walking into when I took this photo on the ride to #1dconcert #1Dproposal #birthday #fandom," she said.

Chisenhall said Styles also helped the couple get home safely.

"We had some car troubles and Harry made sure we made it home ok," he said on Facebook. "Awesome dude."

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