Yesterday, it was announced that Kanye West had proposed to Kim Kardashian in an elaborate display at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. The ceremony included a full orchestra performing Lana Del Rey’s “Young And Beautiful” and Keri Hilson’s “Knock You Down,” West on bended-knee, and a message on the jumbotron that read “PLEEEASE MARRY MEEE!!!” There were friends on hand to celebrate with the new parents after she said yes, and one caught a distant, almost voyeuristic video of the proposal that is now on the web. Check it out below.

Comments (7)
  1. oh christ. who cares?

    • Wrong Response.
      This is easily the most egocentric power couple to get married in the history of the universe. Both of them have taken up more tabloid space and TMZ air time than 7 Paris Hilton sex tapes AND 4 Miley Cyrus VMA performances (Fact).

      What we really need to be concerned about is the tear that will open in the space-time continuum and swallow our world whole at the precise moment of matrimony between these two. I’ve done the math and it would appear that both of their egos are so incredibly large that a marriage between the two of them would force the universe to divide by zero, causing a gravitational collapse large enough to open a black hole at the alter.

      Make no mistake, the threat to our planet is real.

  2. I give it a year.

  3. The part where they play “All of the Lights” and they’re both singing along reminds me of that Aziz bit when he walks in on Kanye listening to his own music.

  4. It seems like such a weird thing to do purely for the media. I say this not because it was a big production. Proposal can be vert fun and big productions, but because of how it was set up to be so boring. Looks like there was a party but why would you have people just sitting in chars on a baseball diamond for a 20 minute long proposal with a bunch of media in attendance? I mean I guess I know WHY I just mean seems weird that they solely did their actual proposal as purely a press conference scenario pretty much. Could have gotten the press and had it be both fun and sentimental like stopping a party right in the middle and just busting out on a genetically engineered unicorn.

  5. I guess now would be the time I retract my comment from the other day where I gave them props for pulling it off without recording it.

    Totally unrelated, but next time you complain about the “From the Web” ads, just grin and bear it because it looks like they’re just trying to make ends meet.

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