An Auckland man has found himself at the centre of Lizzo's last arena date on her world tour.
During Lizzo's 'Special' world tour at Auckland's Spark Arena, she was astounded to be part of a marriage proposal.
As part of the show, the 'Truth Hurts' singer spends time interacting with the crowd, looking at signs and commenting on the audience's outfits and energy.
During the long segment towards the end of the show on Wednesday night, as Lizzo hunted out a crowd member from the general admission area near the front of the stage, one man desperately tried to get her attention.
Asking him: "What's happening?" she found herself a part of a historic moment for a same-sex couple.
"My name is Michael and I'm here from Perth, Australia. I saw you on your first show baby, I'm here for your last show.”
"What's the story?" Lizzo added, which led to the special moment to take place.
"So, I have a man who lives in Auckland and I said well I'm going to come to the special tour with you," he said, before revealing he had carried a ring around with him.
"Wait, what. Oh okay, take the microphone and say what you gotta say," Lizzo said.
In front of the crowd, Michael called on his shy partner Bryn Monk to come forward.
"Bryn, Okay, Bryn Dell Willis Monk, thank you for being the best friend that I've had for the last two years," he said before pausing and turning to Lizzo and revealing he didn't "know how the f**k to do this."
With some prompting from the audience, he got down on one knee and carried on.
"Will you be my husband because everybody's gay, and we're gay, and I love you, and I want to have you for the rest of my life."
As the ring was given to his partner, Lizzo started screaming: "Give him the microphone! What's he gonna [sic] say? Give him the microphone!"
Needless to say Bryn said "yes" and the crowd at Auckland's Spark Arena erupted in cheers.
Lizzo then went on to serenade the couple with her song 'I Love You Bitch', dedicating it to them and saying this "was their first song together."