Watch Beyoncé Stop A Performance So Her Choreographer Can Propose To Her Dancer

She picked the perfect song for it.

During a recent concert in St. Louis as part of her Formation World Tour, Beyoncé stopped a performance of "Single Ladies" so her choreographer could put a ring on it.

John Silver, who is also the tour's creative director, proposed to his girlfriend Ashley Everett, who just so happens to be Beyoncé's dance captain.

Everett was in the middle of the song's iconic moves when Beyoncé stepped forward and teased that somebody would be coming on stage. That somebody turned out to be Silver. The couple hugged and Silver spoke into the microphone about his relationship with Everett.

"She's my queen," he said, "so I feel it's only right to come out here in my hometown."

Silver got down on one knee and opened a ring box. Everett said yes, and the couple was embraced by both Beyoncé and Everett's fellow backup dancers.

It was a sweet way for the singer to show her appreciation for two people who have contributed so much to her tour.

Everett posted about the experience on Instagram later, writing, "Still wrapping my head around the incredible, magical moment that happened last night! It was an absolute dream come true!"

Considering what a perfect song choice it was, Beyoncé couldn't resist getting back into the "Single Ladies" performance. "Now let's see if you can do the choreography after that," the singer told Everett.

Good thing she had the perfect new accessory.

See the proposal for yourself in the video below:

(H/T: Rolling Stone)