Pack up and go home, y'all. There's just no topping this crazy romantic proposal. This groom-to-be officially takes the crown. After five years together, DeAndre Upshaw of Dallas, Texas, decided to propose to his boyfriend, Stuart Hausmann. And while some may just take their sweetheart to a nice dinner to pop the question, Upshaw on the other hand called upon a cast of 50 dancers, a costumer, videographers, photographers, and of course a jeweler, in order to pull off the proposal of his beau's, your's, our's, everyone's dream. Seriously, guys. We. Are. Dead.
The proposal, which took place on June 4, actually got its start four months prior when Upshaw began planning the special day. Four months to just plan the proposal? Just imagine how intense their wedding planning will be... According to Revelist, Upshaw drafted a five page (!) document detailing his vision, then called upon the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group to help with the choreography while he set to work recruiting dancers, finding costumes, and flying in his future in-laws so they could witness the big (and we mean big) moment. "I work in production and am very used to creating detailed schedules," the groom-to-be explained. Yeah, we'd say... "We had a secret Facebook group that I invited everyone to, and posted videos of dance rehearsals to it."
After those rehearsals and many months of planning details, the day had finally arrived. Upshaw told his now fiancé that they were going to brunch, but of course he had something else up his sleeve. (Honestly, we probably would've just settled for brunch.)
The pair drove to a local middle school, where Upshaw lead Hausmann to the back of the car, where he sat a pair of headphones atop his head. Then the music (and our hearts!) started swelling. Upshaw began dancing and lip synching to Tegan and Sara's "Closer" (the two had previously fallen in love with the song when they attended a concert together back in 2013), as a slew of dancers dressed in rainbow-colored choir robes joined in. Before long, there were ribbon dancers, flag spinners, and even the couple's friends and family dancing along, as Hausmann looked on totally overwhelmed. Oh yeah, and there were giant cardboard cut-outs of the pairs' faces. After nearly five minutes of crazy choreography, costume changes, and stellar surprises, the whole thing cumulated with Upshaw getting down on one knee, a tearful and resounding yes from his hubby-to-be, and a confetti pop (because, of course).
Watch the whole video above and we dare you not to cry.