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Brad Paisley Helps Man Propose During Concert

03/17/2016
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(Radio.com) Brad Paisley has some mad multitasking skills. The singer-songwriter stopped his show in Bloomington, Illinois, in the middle of "She's Everything" to help a man propose to his future bride.

Paisley mistook a fan at the end of the stage for the would be groom, taking his phone in order to take photos, but when Paisley realized the real couple was actually behind him he jokingly asked the first man if he didn't want to propose as well.

Paisley then took the man's phone, telling him he was going to be the wedding photographer, and snapped pics of couple as the man hit a knee and asked for the woman's hand. Read more here.

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