This weekend, British girl group Little Mix swung by the O2 Arena in London, where a concertgoer proposed to his boyfriend during “Secret Love Song,” a track the band has dedicated to the LGBT community.
Little Mix member Jade Thirlwall posted the emotional video of the couple getting engaged as the crowd goes wild, writing, “My heart.”
The proposal video was originally posted on Twitter by another concert goer who apologized for crowd’s loud reaction. “Sorry for the screams but that was MENTAL,” they tweeted. “Jade you truly made Little Mix’s shows a happy and safe place. BRAVO.”
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Even before “Secret Love Song” became a gay anthem, Little Mix had been vocal supporters of the LGBT community—especially their love for RuPaul and the queens from Drag Race: The group covered “Sissy That Walk” at G-A-Y in London, and featured Alaska, Courtney Act, and Willam in their “Power” music video.
Last year, Thirlwall served an epic comeback to a fan who was appalled she posted a picture of RuPaul on her Instagram for “Woman Crush Wednesday.”
“I don’t [know whether] it’s a boy or a girl but Jade how can you support these kind of things?” the fan wrote “That’s stupid. Not normal at all.”
“If you don’t ‘support’ these kind of ‘things’ (assuming you mean drag queens or the gay community) then I suggest you go and comment on somebody else’s Instagram”, Thirwall replied. “Someone just as homophobic, ignorant and as warped as yourself.”