WATCH: Man Proposes At Russell Brand's Stand Up Show

The fan popped the question during the Oxford leg of the comedian and Radio X DJ's Re:Birth tour.

Man proposes to girlfriend at Russell Brand Re:Bir

A couple got engaged mid-way through Russell Brand's Re:Birth stand up show on Wednesday (10 May).

Katia Burghard was watching the comedian at Oxford's New Theatre, when her partner pulled out a ring and popped the question. 

Watch the video of the proposal, which she posted on Twitter, writing: "@rustyrockets last night Oxford, he dropped the ring thought you might like to see,you are fab btw simply adore u x".

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Man proposes to girlfriend at Russell Brand's Re:Birth show

Watch the moment a fan popped the question in Oxford.

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Credit: Twitter/kittkattbr

The Trews man also shared the news from his official Twitter account, writing: "Man proposed to girlfriend at #ReBirth  last night. Drops ring. I keep interrupting. Chaos."

Despite the ring dropping and the comedian's interruptions, Russell mega-fan Burghard didn't seem fazed and said yes anyway.

Meanwhile, Brand continues his Re:Birth dates on Tuesday 23 May at Southport Theatre and Convention Centre.

See his full tour dates here.

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