Watch Adele Hilariously Help a Fan Propose to Boyfriend at the Launch of Her World Tour

Adele puts the pressure on a fan's boyfriend.

Can we love Adele any more than we already do?!

The 27-year-old singer kicked off her world tour in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Monday night, and took some time out onstage to help a fan looking to take the next step with her boyfriend. The moment was especially important given the Irish tradition that women can propose to men on a leap day (anyone remember the 2010 Amy Adams film, Leap Year?), with Adele's tour just so happening to kick off on Feb. 29.

Bringing up the shy fan onstage at the SSE Arena -- who traveled all the way from Essex, England to be at the concert -- Adele hilariously pressured her boyfriend, Neil, to say yes, after the fan shared that he said "maybe, in a little while" to her marriage offer earlier in the day.

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"You need to say a proper yes," Adele cracked, encouraging the 11,000-plus crowd to chant, "Come on, Neil!"

After Neil enthusiastically nodded his head to the marriage proposal, Adele excitedly jumped up and down before giving the fan a huge hug.

"I've got cameras all around here. I'm making a DVD," she later joked, addressing Neil. "I'm going to make you the front cover if you don't do it."

And she even offered to be pretty much the best wedding guest ever.

"Send me an invite," Adele said. "Essex? That's down the road from me. I'll come."

The "All I Ask" singer looked gorgeous at the first show of her tour, rocking a custom black silk Burberry gown with floral hand-embroidered sequins, designed by Burberry Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey himself.


Clearly, Adele's first stop on her highly anticipated tour was a success. The GRAMMY-winning artist Instagrammed this sweet black-and-white photo of herself surrounded by fans on Tuesday.

"Belfast / SSE Arena / Feb 29," she captioned the pic.

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