Adele offers to be a ‘surrogate’ mum to gay couple who got engaged at Copenhagen show

The singer jokingly made the offer after the couple became engaged in Copenhagen

Adele offered to be a ‘surrogate’ mum to a gay couple that got engaged at her show in Denmark on Tuesday.

The singer invited the couple onstage after she noticed that they were wearing quirky sunglasses at her gig at the Forum in Copenhagen.

But after taking up the offer, Swedish fan Andre Soderberg then dropped to one knee – and presented a plastic ring to boyfriend Simon Carllson – who excitedly accepted the offer.


“That’s amazing, I’m going to cry”, the singer emotionally said after the romantic gesture.

‘Should I be your surrogate if you have children? I’d love to have a baby with someone Swedish,’ she jokingly continued.

Andre has since revealed that the proposal was totally unplanned – although he had been considering popping the question previously.

“I had been thinking about asking him to marry me but when Adele invited us to the stage, it just happened”, he told The Sun.

“I thought, ‘Why not now?”

It isn’t the first time that a couple have got engaged on the singer’s current world tour – after fan Johnny Biggle proposed to partner Natalie King at one of her concerts at London’s 02 Arena back in March.

The singer is currently on the European leg of her world tour – and will finish in Belgium on June 15th, ahead of headlining Glastonbury Festival on June 25th.

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