Chris Martin stopped in the middle of Coldplay concert so a fan could propose to his girlfriend

In case you are wondering, the girl said YES!

By: Trends Desk | Updated: December 10, 2016 8:10 pm
Chris Martin stopped for a minute so the guy could propose to his girlfriend/ Twitter: @coldplayatlas Chris Martin stopped for a minute so the guy could propose to his girlfriend/ Twitter: @coldplayatlas

Rock band Coldplay’s front-man Chris Martin seriously has a thing for romantic proposal and he proved it when he stopped mid-way while singing people’s favourite ‘Sky full of stars’ to invite a fan so he could propose to his girlfriend. The video of the same uploaded on social media has gone viral and people can’t stop sharing it because it’s adorable.

Coldplay was performing in Melbourne on December 9 and 31-year-old Lonardo Tanno probably lived the best moment of his life when Martin himself invited him on stage to pop the question to his 26-year-old girlfriend Felicia Lie. “So in the midst of Coldplay, my new best friend Chris, and all the people here in Melbourne I just want to say I love you. Will you marry me?” he said.

It was extremely funny though when the singer called the wrong woman on stage to whom he had to ask to leave. But the woman surely lived her zen moment sharing the stage with Martin who also, well, hugged her.

The singer jokingly asked Tanno to make it quick because “people have to catch trains and s**t”. As soon as he finished his emotional speech, the crowd went ‘aww’ and the girl couldn’t stop crying in happiness. “It was amazing for me to be able to share the stage with him, it was amazing that he went beyond what he was supposed to be doing for us. He is definitely invited to our wedding – although I know he has a very busy schedule,” Lie told Daily Mail.

Watch video here.

In case you are wondering, the girl said YES!

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