11 Celebrity Marriage Proposals: Which One Was Most Unique?

Marriage proposals can definitely make some men scratch their heads, but whether it be perfectly planned or impulsively decided, conveying sincerity is the most important. For the below celebrities’ proposals, it shows that it doesn’t matter how fancy or simple the proposal is because promise and love are all that’s needed.

  1. Jason Chan (陳智燊) and Sarah Song (宋熙年)

Currently busy taking care of their almost five-month old baby, Sarah and Jason met and grew closer while hosting TVB’s lifestyle program together. Initially friends, they took a few years to deeply understand each other before officially dating.

After nine years, Jason nervously popped the big question. He asked the film crew for leave, but allowed Sarah to assume he had work. He then waited for her to leave for Australia to celebrate her dad’s 60th birthday, and quickly grabbed his luggage to head to the airport. Arriving in Sydney, he surprised her and she said, ‘yes’.

  1. Jordan Chan (陳小春) and Cherrie Ying (應采兒)

Jordan’s proposal to Cherrie was revealed in Mainland Chinese reality show, Viva La Romance < 妻子的浪漫旅行>. The proposal was videotaped at the time, and Jordan was kneeling down crying and stuttering while trying to propose to Cherrie. Covering her mouth with tears welled up in her eyes, she waited for him to say his words. But struggling with inexplicable emotions, Jordan couldn’t clearly ask the question. He kept on saying, “Er…I don’t know what to say.”

Watching him struggling, Cherrie’s parents laughed and said, “Already crying? It’s such happy news! If you won’t say it, then I’ll help you say it.” Eventually, Jordan managed to choke out the words, “You know what I want to say, yeah…marry me…” Without a romantic speech, they sealed their promise to each other.

  1. Eric Suen (孙耀威) and Macy Chan (陳美詩)

Finally tying the knot in 2017 after eight years of dating, Eric shared that he didn’t know how to propose. He said, “My sister lives in Switzerland, and I visit her every year. There is a dessert shop that my wife really likes. Because I didn’t know how to propose, I hired the entire shop and told the owner about my plans. When she ordered the dessert, the staff brought out the ring, flowers, and champagne. I wanted to pop the question when I knelt down, but I was too overwhelmed and cried instead. She saw me cry, and knelt down along with me and cried as well. After a while, we collected ourselves and took photos.”

  1. Lai Lok Yi (黎諾懿) and Nicole Lee (李潔瑩)

In an interview, Lai Lok Yi shared, “I personally believe in metaphysics, so when a feng shui master said that I have to get married or else I have to wait for three years later, I woke up Nicole who was sleeping next to me and told her, ‘Let’s get married.’ She responded, ‘Just like this? No proposal at all?’ She then told me to go buy a ring, but a few hours later she said she would choose the ring and I should go pay for it.  Since she has to wear it for a lifetime, she couldn’t trust my taste.”

After that, the couple headed to a restaurant to do a proper proposal, but Lok Yi told his wife that there was no point since she already knew. They continued anyway and after proposing, Nicole said it wasn’t romantic. Lok Yi said it was expected because she already knew.

  1. Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣) and Jeremy Leung

Meeting in Hong Kong but developing their relationship and eventual marriage in Canada, Linda said that her husband’s proposal wasn’t romantic, but she was moved to tears. “He’s not a romantic person, but he’s sincere. There was a lot of funny blunders in the middle because he was so nervous. He knelt but saw people and was scared that photos would be taken, so he quickly stood back up. A lot of blunders, but very funny. It’s like a comedic film proposal.”

  1. Zhang Ziyi (章子怡) and Wang Feng (汪峰)

On Zhang Zi Yi’s 36th birthday, Wang Feng spent over a hundred thousand yuan to give Ziyi a surprise birthday party and proposal. With fireworks in the background and a huge cake on the side, he used a camera drone to gift her a nine-carat diamond ring. He then knelt down and gave his speech, “Even when we’re old, I’ll still take care of you.” Ziyi cried in happiness and responded, “yes”.

  1. Gigi Leung (梁詠琪) and Sergio Crespo Gutes

Gigi met Sergio while vacationing in Spain. Dating for half a year, Sergio secretly planned a proposal. When Gigi wasn’t in Hong Kong, he asked Gigi mother’s to let him in the house and arranged the furniture to show the words, ‘Marry Me’. However, Gigi said that it was unfortunate, because she had high fever that night and told him to drive her to the hospital. She didn’t answer him, so after a week she booked a hotel room and used Post-it notes to create a ‘Yes’ on the window as a response.

  1. Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) and Real Ting (丁子高)

With his background in public relations, Real used his creativity to ask Miriam to become his wife. Travelling to United States together, Real decided it was time to take responsibility. Using Miriam’s previous comment as the lead in which she said, “I’ll need to countdown after I pass 30 years old,” he responded to it with, “If it’s like that, then we’ll have to cherish it. Let me walk beside you down that path.” The two decided to spontaneously drive to Las Vegas and register their marriage before notifying both of their parents.

  1. Timmy Hung (洪天明) and Janet Chow (周家蔚)

In 2008, Timmy and Janet along with his family and their group of friends traveled to Maldives to celebrate Janet’s birthday. On the last day of the trip, Timmy brought a cake out, making Janet feel confused because they already celebrated her birthday. However, it turns out that there was a ring on top of the cake. Timmy knelt and proposed, causing Janet to tear up and eventually agree.

  1. Wong Cho Lam (王祖藍) and Leanne Li (李亞男)

In a relationship for five years, the two planned a magic performance on TVB’s Anniversary Gala in 2014. Alarming Leanne by making it seem as if he was harmed by the equipment, Cho Lam then appeared from the back with a rose bouquet and knelt before her. Taking a deep breath, he said, “We are two different people. I was a children’s show host and you were a beauty queen. I am very short and you are very tall. I am very complicated and you are very pure. I’ll be very lucky to marry you! Every day is a blessing.” With over ten thousand viewers watching live, it was hard for Leanne to say no.

  1. Eric Kwok (郭偉亮) and Grace Yip (葉佩雯)

After a duo performance at his concert, Eric knelt down in front of thousand of fans to propose to Grace. With 88 roses and a lawyer he prepared on sight, they signed the papers immediately. A relationship admired by many, they are currently in their 11th year of marriage.

Source: Oriental Sunday

This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.

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  1. I found Eric Suen’s proposal to be very sweet. He couldn’t even ask Macy Chan to marry her as he was too overwhelmed and started crying. Then she cried too. But they knew in their hearts, so words didn’t matter. 🙂

    1. @jayne
      I thought that was the sweetest one too. It was literally sweet as well since it was done at a sweets shop. I thought Wong Cho Lam and Leanne’s was the most awkward as it was done on a public show. If it were me, I would feel pressured to say yes even if I did not feel like saying yes. That would be scary to me.

  2. The worst ones were Wong Cho Lam and Jeremy. Also Chris Lai who didn’t even bother because any ring he could buy would be cheap in eyes of rich girl…

  3. Eric Suen & Jordan Chan’s proposals sound the most genuine & the sweetest. Wang Feng’s the most extravagant.

    The rest are okay. I cringed with Chris Lai’s proposal…or lack thereof.

  4. Like Jordan’s most and it’s due to the reaction from Cherie’s parents. If both have the common understanding of heading towards marriage and actually going through the whole ceremony of being wedded, it is actually a sweet event to have family and/or other loved ones around. However, it will be awfully awkward to have her parents with them when he proposed and she said, “No.”
    Don’t appreciate making everyone witnessing your proposal, like Wong Cho Lam’s or Eric Kwok’s. At least Eric Kwok did it in his own concert, something he probably felt more special and close to his heart. As for Wong Cho Lam, it happened during TVB Anniversary. Enough said.
    Also don’t appreciate the extravagant and showy proposal like the one from Wang Feng. Cannot help wondering if money is more well-spent if they donated part of the whole grand plan to charity instead.

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