Labrinth wasn't nervous about proposing to his girlfriend in front of 35,000 people at V Festival last weekend.
Labrinth wasn't nervous about proposing to his girlfriend in front of 35,000 people.
The 'Beneath Your Beautiful' hitmaker popped the question to long-term partner Muz during his performance at the Virgin Media V Festival in Chelmsford, Essex, East England, last weekend and decided to do it so publicly because he wanted it to be ''opulent''.
He said: ''I wasn't scared at all.
''I thought to myself, 'If I'm going to propose I better do it opulently'.
''That's why I thought I'd do it in front of 35,000 people at V Festival.''
And the 26-year-old singer - whose real name is Timothy McKenzie - claimed his surprise proposal triggered one of the ''happiest weeks'' Muz has ever had.
He added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''She's been having one of the happiest weeks of her life.
''She had a surprise birthday party after V Festival and now she's on holiday in Mexico enjoying life in a villa, so I'm sure she's happy.''
Labrinth was inundated with messages of congratulations from fans after his proposal and earlier this week thanked the well-wishers for their support.
He tweeted: ''Thanks for all your amazing tweets and congratulations it means allot to me and @its_Muzzy, happy to have you all enjoying this with us x (sic)''
Live music returned to Dreamland in Margate in spectacular fashion as Sports Team brought their 'Bus Trip All-Dayer' back to the seaside town for the...
Wolf Alice are nominated for the third time and Arlo Parks is an unsurprising first-time nominee.
Well before they enjoyed meteoric success with 'The Black Parade', My Chemical Romance started their musical journey with another concept album, 'I...
Willow Smith and more rocked a buzzcut for so many reasons.
Normani and Cardi B dispense with the need to maintain any resemblance of social distancing as they get up-close and personal in the video their...
'Diamond Life', released on the 16th July 1984, is not only a significant album in it's own right, it's a cultural touchstone and a near perfect...
The resurrection of punk presents an exciting year for music.