COPENHAGEN — Singer Adele offered to be a ‘surrogate’ mother to a gay couple who got engaged at her concert.
The 28-year-old singer invited the couple to join her on stage after spotting they were wearing quirky Tiger glasses, reports DailyMirror.
Joining her on stage, Swedish fan Andre Soderberg promptly dropped to one knee and popped the question with a plastic ring to his partner Simon Carlsson, who excitedly said “yes”.
A delighted Adele congratulated the happy couple and then offered to help them start a family.
In front of the sold-out crowd of 10,000 fans, she said: “Should I be your surrogate if you have children? I would love to have a baby with someone Swedish”.
One-year national youth leadership studies programme concludes
JANAKPUR—The first academic session of one-year national youth leadership studies programme has been completed.
The one-year course titled “Nepali Emerging Leaders Programme” jointly launched by the US-based Joan B Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice- University of San Diego and the Kathmandu-based Leadership Academy last January from Kathmandu concluded today at Janakpur.
The programme was conducted in the mountainous, hilly and the Tarai regions subsequently. The second phase of programme was held in Dolakha (mountainous region), the third round in Chisapani of Kaski (hilly region) and the convocation ceremony (graduation) was held in Janakpur( Terai region) of province 2.
A total of 21 youths representing the seven provinces in the country had participated in the programme.
Young political leaders, activists, social leaders and local-level representatives from 25 -40 years of age group were selected for the programme aimed at further enhancing the leadership quality among the Nepali emerging leaders, according to organisers.Follow @gorkhapost