Adele Helps a Gay Couple Get Engaged: "Should I Be Your Surrogate?"

The songstress surprises fans with the memory of a lifetime

By Samantha Schnurr May 05, 2016 1:42 PMTags
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Two days before her 28th birthday, Adele unknowingly helped surprise one pair of fans with the memory of a lifetime.

In the midst of her concert Tuesday night in Denmark, the songstress paused her performance to give a gay couple the spotlight. After she pulled Swedish fans André Söderberg and Simon Carlsson up on stage, one of the men took advantage of the unique opportunity and got down on one knee to propose to his boyfriend, who was visibly shocked and excited about the proposal. Adele held the mic to his mouth so that everyone could hear the signature question, "Will you marry me?" while his beau gleefully responded, "Yes!"

Clad in a sparkling black gown, the Grammy winner began jumping up and down on stage and hugged the pair as they relished in the occasion. However, setting the scene for their proposal was not the only gift Adele was giving Tuesday night. She also made them an offer super fans would find hard to turn down. 

"Should I be your surrogate if you have children? I'd love to have a baby with someone Swedish," she reportedly asked them. 

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"We travelled there from Sweden to see Adele," Carlsson told The Sun. "Before the show we bought silly glasses at a store. Funny enough for Adele to notice us, which she did because of the glasses and because we went totally crazy for her."

This isn't the first time Adele has made her fans' day extra special. Back in March at the start of her world tour, she pulled another pair up on stage after noticing a proposal taking place in the audience while she sang "Make You Feel My Love." 

"Congratulations. I'm so happy for you," Adele said during the show. "That was one of the most beautiful things I've ever witnessed at one of my shows. Thank you so much for doing that."

It seems Adele loves these proposals as much as the newly engaged pairs. Fortunately, there are plenty of tunes to pick from her repertoire that make for the perfect wedding song.