Harry Styles Helps Man Propose to His Girlfriend Mid-Gig: 'Love on Tour'

A video of a surprise marriage proposal that took place at a Harry Styles gig from his "Love On Tour" concert series has gone viral on TikTok.

The footage, which had 6.8 million likes at the time of writing, was shared with the caption: "Congrats Marianna & Carl [diamond wedding ring and black heart emoji]."

The video, created by TikToker francis.tpwk using clips provided by "tdaydreaming & ricardodrtmelo," shows a man in the audience asking Styles if he can "sing two lines" to his girlfriend, to which the singer replies: "How long have you two been together first of all. If this is like a two week thing, no chance."

When the man says the couple have been together for a little more than a year, Styles asks the crowd: "Do you get the microphone for [being together] 'a little more than a year'?" As the crowds cheer, Styles says: "I'm not sure," before saying: "Yea, alright" and hands the microphone over to the man.

A hand presenting a wedding ring.
A hand presenting a box holding a ring to another person. A man's surprise marriage proposal at a Harry Styles concert has gone viral on TikTok. iStock/Getty Images Plus

Looking nervous, the man grabs the microphone and starts singing: "Wise men say only fools rush in. But I can't help falling in love with you," from the Elvis Presley song "Can't Help Falling in Love."

The video shows Styles encouraging the crowd to join the tune before running towards the other end of the stage to grab another microphone and raise his hands while joining the singalong.

The man is later seen getting on one knee and presenting a ring to his girlfriend and asking "Will you marry me?" as Styles catches a close-up view of the moment from a big television screen on stage.

The girlfriend then grabs the microphone and shouts: "Yes!" as the crowd screams.

One in three marriage proposals among Americans are a surprise, according to a November 2017 study by The Knot, the wedding planning website, that surveyed 14,000 engaged or recently married brides and grooms from the U.S.

One in four grooms reported "meticulously" planning their marriage proposal "down to the last detail," the study showed. The "average proposer" spends around four and a half months planning their proposal, while seven percent of those who proposed spent 12 months or more planning how they'll pop the question, the survey said.

The Knot's December 2021 survey of 5,000 couples who got engaged between January and November 2021 showed a surge in outdoor marriage proposals, jumping from 40 percent in 2020 to 73 percent in 2021.

As COVID-19 restrictions were lifted throughout 2021, one in four among those who proposed said they felt pressure to plan a unique proposal, the survey revealed.

In a comment that got 310,100 likes, one user wrote: "what a magical moment [teary-eyed face emoji]."

Another said: "Bro's putting the bar so far high."

In a comment that got 123,400 likes, a third user Tik Toker wrote: "The way harry stood there watching the screen like a dad watching the game," while a fourth said: "Proposed with Harry standing right in front of her that's risky."