After ringing in her 35th birthday last week, Beyoncé resumed the US leg of her Formation World Tour in St. Louis, MO, on Saturday night and helped arrange one of the best onstage proposals we've seen in quite some time. During her performance of "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," the singer cut the music and brought her choreographer and tour creative director, John Silver, to the stage. John, a St. Louis native, then introduced the crowd to his longtime girlfriend, Ashley Everett, who also happens to be Beyoncé's dance captain. What ensued was a romantic and hilarious onstage proposal — at one point, Beyoncé tries to join couple too early in their celebration and embarrassingly backs away — and the best part: after her man puts a ring on it, Ashley finishes the "Single Ladies" choreography like a boss.
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 💁🏽