Man drops surprise proposal on stage at Adele's Melbourne concert

20 March, 2017, 03:56 | Author: Oscar Goodwin
  • 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

But Sunday night's concert at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium - her final one in Australia - was another memorable show that saw her castigate a killjoy security guard to the entertainment of 77,000 fans. News, Adele surprised two men named Chris and Wade when she pulled the both of them up on stage after she noticed Chris' emotional response to her hit single "Hello". In what Adele promised was an unplanned move, Wade proposed to Chris.

Adele told fans she had no idea what was going to happen when he came up, saying: "That wasn't planned, I had no idea".

It's all part of the goofy charm that's seen Adele make a massive fan out of the whole Australian continent, where her tour concluded on the weekend.

After goggling at the engagement ring - and remarking "Oh, that is sharp" - Adele offered her congratulations to the pair.

To be totally honest with you, I tend to think public proposals are generally kind of tacky. "I'd love to have a baby with someone Swedish", she reportedly joked.

Another man at one of her London shows also made the mother of his child his new fiancee as Adele performed Make You Feel My Love, which they subsequently revealed was a special tune for the couple. "If I see one more person being told to sit down, then I swear to God..." "Thank you so much for doing that". "Could you stop telling people to sit down?"

The Melbourne gig was her last Australian show for her tour.

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