This Is Why It’s Amazing To Be A Bruce Springsteen Fan

The Boss continues to spread the love and stand up for good causes.

Any Bruce Springsteen show is pretty darn magical, but one lucky couple really had the night of their lives this week.

At the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland, on Wednesday, Springsteen invited two lovebirds onstage for what turned out to be the sweetest marriage proposal.

“I'm going to turn it over to you," Springsteen said, turning to the pair.  Soon, the groom got down on one knee to propose, saying, “I love you and I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Will you do the honor of staying with me for the rest of our lives?”

His girlfriend nodded enthusiastically. Come on, who could say no to this? Then Springsteen told the happy couple, "You are now pronounced in the name of rock and roll, husband and wife."

A hug, and naturally a photo of the trio, followed.

Springsteen has been making waves while on the road this year, dancing with his 90-year-old mom, closing down the Los Angeles Sports Arena and canceling his North Carolina concert over the state’s controversial bathroom law.

Ever the voice of reason, Springsteen more recently teamed with the Human Rights Campaign’s CrowdRise fundraiser to give fans a chance to see Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band live in New York City on Monday, with an opportunity to meet the band. Every $10 donation gives donors one entry to win two flights to NYC, two nights of accommodations and VIP seats with backstage passes.

The fundraiser ties in with CrowdRise, co-founded by actor Edward Norton, who's asking fans, "Please stand with Bruce in protesting hate, and support HRC's work to repeal HB2 and fight other anti-LGBT laws."

Ah, gotta love The Boss.



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