Adele helped orchestrate a proposal between her fans and it's actually the sweetest thing.
As part of the special, the 'Rolling in the Deep' singer was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey.
During her sit-down with the iconic talk show host, Adele spoke about her divorce, weight loss, and reconciling with her estranged father.
She also gave a very special performance at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles as part of the special.
At one point in the concert, Adele urged the audience to be "really bloody quiet", adding "If you make a noise, I’m gonna kill you."
Then the lights were dimmed, hiding the singer, and a man named Quentin brought his blindfolded girlfriend of seven years, Ashleigh, to the stage.
There, he got down on one knee, saying: "I want to thank you for being so patient with me.
"Every day you blow my mind. There’s nothing you can’t do. I love you, and I will continue to love you forever."
Ashleigh said yes and as the lights came on, she looks shocked to see Adele.
The couple were invited to sit in the front row for a gorgeous rendition of "Make You Feel My Love".
Watch the proposal here.
'Adele: One Night Only' reached 9.92 million listeners (and viewers) when it aired last Sunday night. It is thus the most-watched entertainment special since the Academy Awards seven months ago.
'An Audience With Adele', which is a primetime special concert filmed at the London Palladium, will be broadcast on ITV on November 21.
The singer's new album '30' hits shelves on Friday, November 19.