What a romantic! Paul McCartney helps a fan propose
Well, it turns out that The Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney is not only a great musician, but also a massive romantic.
The British musician put on an extra special show on Saturday in Albany, New York, for one happy couple.
The "Hey Jude" hit maker was in the middle of his concert when he called a man, John Dann, to come up onstage with him and propose to his girlfriend, Claudia Rogers. The legendary musician spotted the loved-up pair in the audience as they held up two neon yellow signs.
The woman's sign read, "He won't marry me 'til he meets you." And her beau's sign said, "I have the ring and I'm 64."
McCartney was clearly touched by the lovers and decided to invite them to join him at the Times Union Center, with a crowd of more than 13,000 people watching, Us Weekly reports. And luckily for Rogers, her man stuck to his word and went through with the proposal, thanks to McCartney's help.
The singer sang the song "When I'm Sixty-Four," which includes the lines, "Will you still need me, will you still feed me / When I'm sixty-four?"
Dann took this as his cue to pop the question, after previously joking, "I've come too far to back out now."
"Sweetheart, will you marry me?" he asked his lady. And as for her reaction?
Well, you can watch the proposal video below and find out what Rogers said.