Watch Beyonce Help One of Her Dancers Get Engaged on Stage
There seems to be nothing that can stop Beyoncé. Well, except love. Bey will always take time for love, as she proved on Saturday night when she stopped her Formation Tour for a few moments during a show in St. Louis to allow choreographer John Silver propose to the captain of the Formation dance crew, Ashley Everett.
"What better time than now to [express my love] in front of a thousand, thousand people?" Silver asked the packed house before getting down on one knee, as first reported by TMZ. "Still wrapping my head around the incredible, magical moment that happened last night" Everett wrote the next day in an Instagram post featuring a montage of the moment.
:: still on a high from last night! so happy for my family @1j.silver + @ashleycmeverett ! love yall! wow! ---- | @beyonce we love & thank you for allowing this moment to happen, without a 2nd thought! talk about PERFECT!! U smashed it John!!! ------------ #Mr&MrsSilver #HappilyEngaged #Beyonce #AshleyEverett #JohnSilver #FormationWorldTour #StLouis [ @chrisgranted x @doramelissa x @toddtourso x @maddsoul x #WeDidIt lol ]
As you can imagine, the crowd went wild and Bey marched over to congratulate the happy couple.
Still wrapping my head around the incredible, magical moment that happened last night! It was an absolute dream come true! ---- Thank you to everyone who helped make it so epic and iconic, and to everyone who supports us and congratulated us! To my now FIANCÉ @1j.silver YOU DID THAT & I LOVE THE SH*T OUT OF YOU!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Shocked is an understatement. I'm so overly excited for this new chapter in our lives and of course I can't wait to be your WIFE!!!------ I am truly #blessed ---- 9.10.16 is a day I will never forget -- #helikeditsoheputaringonit #isaidyes ----
Afterwards, Everett couldn't help showing off the rock with a huge smile and a heartfelt thank you to everyone who wished the couple well.
Silver later admitted that he was so nervous he almost threw up before coming out on stage.