Watch Kanye & Kim’s Epic Engagement As Seen On Keeping Up With the Kardashians

By James Rettig / February 14, 2014

Last fall, Kanye proposed to Kim in appropriately grandiose fashion at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. In front of Kim’s family and friends, Ye popped the question while an orchestra played a rendition of Lana Del Rey’s “Young And Beautiful.” So far, we’ve only seen a shaky cellphone video that was quickly taken offline so that, one day, we could celebrate this special occasion by watching it along with millions of other people on national television. That day is finally here. This Sunday, Keeping Up With The Kardashians will finally air the proposal of the Supercouple Of The Decade. E! has graced us with a teaser of the buildup to the big event. “I didn’t know this was real life. I didn’t know this was real,” Khloé narrates. “This is a movie.” (Close — it’s TV.) You can watch the clip below.

Not to be upstaged by his fiancée, Kanye kicked off another leg of the Yeezus tour at Penn State last night with an epic 40-song set, including several College Dropout cuts to celebrate that album’s 10th anniversary. He also went on another rant about radio DJs Sway and Charlemagne, which included this gem: “We ain’t think about nobody. We think about Shakespeare. We think about Beethoven. What can we make for y’all? What can y’all play on your way to school or on y’all way to work? What can we make to make y’all feel better?” Here’s that video: