12/19/2013 04:05 pm ET

8 Celebrities Who Have Helped Their Fans Propose, And Won Your Heart In The Process

For many couples, the perfect proposal has to have a wow–factor. For some, that "wow" is having their favorite celebrity help them ask their future spouse for his or her hand in marriage.

Come on, if Beyoncé is asking you to marry somebody, you're going to say "YES!"

  • Isaiah Mustafa
    The Old Spice man is famous for trying to steal your girlfriend's attention. You can't forget his line: "Hello ladies. Look at your man, now back to me. Now back at your man. Now back to me." Isaiah Mustafa is "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like." Asking someone known for his sex–appeal to propose to your girlfriend was a bold move, but you'll love the hilarious proposal that results.
  • Justin Timberlake
    At his Louisville, Ky., concert, this year, Justin Timberlake pulled a couple on stage so that the man could propose. Thousands of screaming fans applauded as the woman said "yes" — as soon as she managed to pull her eyes away from JT.
  • Aaron Paul
    This proposal video is elaborate and adorable even before Aaron Paul appears. Once he does, the "Breaking Bad" star nearly steals the show away from the imminent proposal.
  • Zach Braff
    Zach Braff sweetly (and a little awkwardly) narrates this video, which features all of the people who want the couple to get married. This one is a tear–jerker, you've been warned.
  • The Whole Cast of How "I Met Your Mother"
    In the finale of "How I Met Your Mother" season 2, one man forever upped the proposal ante. His writer friends scripted his plan into episode 22, "Something Blue," and his future fiancé was the only one left out of his plan. That proposal behind Robin and Ted's date? Yep, that was totally real.
  • Beyoncé
    At her Ft. Lauderdale concert in 2009, Beyoncé handed the microphone over to one man who took her "Single Ladies" lyrics to heart. "I've been paying real close attention," he said. "You said if I like it, I should put a ring on it. Well, I love it." And put a ring on it, he did.
  • Mariah Carey
    At her Las Vegas show in 2009, Mariah Carey welcomed a gay couple onto the stage. Apparently, the man had been warned that he couldn't ask his partner to marry him until he was able to introduce him to Mariah, herself. So, he did it.
  • Boyz II Men
    Kia held a marketing campaign called Sorento Serenades in which people applied to have Boyz II Men serenade their special occasion. For this couple, that occasion was a very public proposal.


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