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Adele might be the queen of belting out heartwrenching songs, but in addition to the whole singing thing she’s got going on, she’s also one cool woman. Whether she’s killing it on SNL, taking time out of her tour to visit a sick young fan, or admiring James Corden‘s harmony abilities as they drive around London, she’s pretty much perfect.

Well, add another pitch-perfect notch to her pitch-perfect belt.

During one of her London concerts this week, Adele was in the middle of her rendition of “Make You Feel My Love” when she noticed two audience members not paying attention. But instead of shaming them for not listening to her gorgeous vocals, the singer stopped MID-PERFORMANCE after realizing a marriage proposal was going on, and called them up as her song was ending.

“Did you just get engaged?! Did you?” she asked the couple, who apparently nodded, and that’s when Adele does it — wins you over every time — with five simple words: “Come up here, you two.”

She told the rest of the audience who didn’t witness it firsthand that she noticed something going down. “I thought there was a fight at first! I saw all of the camera-phone lights at first, then I saw arms went up and I saw sweet kissing.”

The couple made their way onstage, the newly engaged woman, Natalie, shyly covered her face from the crowd while Adele confided, “Oh, I know, I get stage fright, too. Deal with it.”

Adele, who could give Sandy Bullock a run for her money in the sweetheart department, gave them a hug and asked husband-to-be, Johnny, “Did you propose to her?” He replied that he did and she seemed genuinely moved that he did, saying, “Thanks for doing that at my show.”

And it just gets better from there. Watch. Aw, Adele.

Love. Her.