You’d imagine that celebrity engagements are on the overall quite glamorous, since stars have at their disposal all the necessary items to make the proposal a long time memory. But every now and then some stars stand away from the crowd with a breathtaking proposal that can leave speechless even the most popular celebrity girlfriends. Jake Owen took his proposal to the next step and proposed to Lacey Buchanan on stage.
Friends at family at the Citrus Bowl got to take part to a milestone moment in Jake Owen’s life. The country singer star made Saturday night a moment to remember as he proposed at Vero Beach High, his alma mater, to his girlfriend Lacey Buchanan. In a scene you wouldn’t imagine a country music singer, Jake Owen popped the question in front of all the audience.
Jake Owen was on stage, performing his popular hit “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” when he invited Lacey Buchanan to join him. Apparently the audience thought what the two were doing was in fact a dance. But then, Jake Owen leaved everyone gasping as he got down on one knee like prince charming and proposed to his girlfriend.
As romantic as the moment seemed, Owen almost screwed it up by not presenting himself with a diamond ring. He took a more uncommon path as he told Buchanan who looked indeed surprised: “You’re probably wondering where your ring is, right?” Well, as he obviously dedicated his hit “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” to his girlfriend alone, he said: “I just said I can’t buy you a big diamond ring or a big old house on the hill, but I promise you I’ll love you forever and ever and ever”.
Then he finished singing his hit. The couple hugged and kissed on stage a few times. As Jake Owen would tweet next day, it seems getting married isn’t a scary thought. His post read: “I’m a happy man. Life is complete”.
People talked with a person attending Jack Owen’s special concert. The source said: “He was talking about how he’d thrown his hat up on the fifty yard line and now he was here in front of friends and family, and it seemed like the most appropriate” concert.