Boyfriend Plans Moment His Girlfriend Will Never Forget
ShareTap Staff 3/16/2019
London may be jokingly known around the world as the land where the sun doesn't shine, but on one fateful day in Leicester Square, a little ray of sun shone on a happy couple.
It was supposed to be just another normal day for Romi, who was in London to visit a friend. Walking around and taking in the lively vibe of Leicester Square, a couple asked her for favor in taking their photo. She obliged and was unaware of the scene unfolding behind her.
In usual flash mob fashion, a dancer popped out of the crowd and began dancing. A few beats later, another dancer joins in the dance, their steps perfectly synchronized. A few more dancers join in seamlessly from the gathering crowd. If you've ever witnessed a flash mob like this one, you will know that you can never tell whether the guy or girl beside you is actually a part of the crew.
The dance crew caught the eye of pedestrians, including our girl Romi, and a large crowd started gathering and forming a circle around the dancers, phones and cameras poised to take photos and videos of the performance. The well-choreographed routine included tunes "Hoppi " by Lucky HZ, "Beware" by Jay Z & Punjabi MC, "Sweet Lovin'" by Sigala, "Give Me Your Love" by Sigala ft. John Newman, "Uptown Funk" by Bruno Mars, and Michael Schultz's cover of "Marry You" by Bruno Mars.
Towards the end of the show, the dancers put on white masks one by one and one more dancer joined in. Wearing a blue hoodie, this new guy fit in like a glove with the rest of the crew -- dancing in perfect rhythm and not missing a beat. Unknown to Romi, this mystery dancer is her boyfriend Bharat, who she didn't even know was in the country, much less performing in a flash mob in front of her!
As the performance drew to a close, one of the dancers approached Romi, pulled her to the center, where Bharat began to remove his mask. Everyone gasped and the crown erupted in cheers as he pulled out a ring, bent on one knee and proposed to Romi right then and there.