At the end of every show on Adele's current tour, white confetti containing handwritten lyrics from her songs fall down from the ceiling onto fans below. But on Sunday, October 16, Konecki surprised his longtime love (and concertgoers) when he replaced the notes with pink confetti adorned with sweet messages.
The tiny notes read "Happy Anniversary," "You are an angel," "I love you" and "Love you long time," according to photos shared by fans on Twitter.
As Adele, 28, exited the stage, she didn't appear to notice the romantic messages written on the pieces of paper, telling fans, "We got pink confetti tonight. ... This confetti is normally white!"
Adele's boyfriend celebrated their fifth year anniversary by replacing Adele's regular white confetti to love notes he wrote 😍 pic.twitter.com/7gtaKcjvwp— FREDDY 🎃 (@FreddyAmazin) October 18, 2016
Earlier in the evening, the "Hello" entertainer (who shares son Angelo, 3, with Konecki) hinted to the crowd that she's ready for another bundle of joy.
"My son is about to turn 4 very, very soon," she revealed, according to The Mirror. "I'm starting to get very emotional about it because I feel like once they turn 4, they're not really your actual baby anymore. So my womb is starting to ache a little bit. It's like, 'Baby, baby, baby. Need a baby, need a baby.' I'm not pregnant. I won't get pregnant until the end of the tour." (Her last tour date is set for November 21 in Phoenix.)
After Adele's Nashville concert on Sunday night, numerous fans took to social media to gush about Konecki's adorable gesture.
"Adele's boyfriend replaced confetti at her concert with love letters," one user wrote, adding, "[I] can't even get a damn good morning text but it's good."
Another user tweeted, "I really hope they filmed behind the scenes of when Adele finished the show last night and realized that the pink confetti was from Simon."
The British singer and her charity entrepreneur beau, 42, started dating in 2011. She was previously in a relationship with an unidentified man, and their gut-wrenching split was the inspiration behind many of her 2011 hits, including "Someone Like You" and "Set Fire to the Rain."
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