WATCH: Beyonce stops concert to help epic marriage proposal

Now we all know Beyonce doesn’t do anything in half measures so when her choreographer John Silver told her he wanted to propose to one of her backup dancers, she decided it would be nothing less than a show-stopper.

No really, she went and stopped the show - during ‘Single Ladies’ of course.

WATCH: Beyonce stops concert to help epic marriage proposal

Dancer Ashley Everett was mid-move by Beyoncé’s side at her Saturday night show in St. Louis, when the singer suddenly stopped the music and announced that there is somebody she’d like to bring to the stage.

A fan video shows Silver taking the microphone from Queen Bey herself and asking Everett to marry him.

After the dance captain said yes, Beyonce offered her congratulations before asking her if she could still do the choreography after that.

What a moment.

The couple of course popped up on Instagram shortly after - because that's what you do these days - and gave this message to their followers.

Can you imagine the after hours of that wedding … "Beyonce for a song".

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