Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Beyoncé, Jay-Z plan to marry
Jay Z and Beyonce perform onstage during the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 28, 2003 in New York City. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images
Beyoncé Knowles and longtime boyfriend Jay-Z have taken out a marriage license in Scarsdale, People magazine reports.
According to a source, the pair obtained a license Tuesday morning. The document is valid for 60 days.
A rep for Knowles told People, "No comment." Jay-Z's spokesman could not be reached.
Knowles, 26, and Jay-Z, 38, have been dating since 2002, though the couple have been reluctant to discuss their relationship publicly. Rumors about their romance began circulating after the singer appeared on Jay-Z's song "'03 Bonnie & Clyde," followed by collaborations on Knowles' solo hit "Crazy in Love," in 2003.
While the two have remained tight-lipped about the state of their romance, Knowles has not brushed off talk of marriage. In December 2006, the singer told InStyle, "You can't rush a man into anything -- whether it's a relationship, marriage or having children."
Beyonce and Jay-Z Get A Marriage License
Beyonce and long-time boyfriend Jay-Z has taken out a marriage license in Scarsdale, New York.
They went on Tuesday to take out the marriage license, leading many to state that the wedding may be just around the corner.
The wedding may be coming as early as May when the Jay-Z tour comes to an end.
There have been few details to be released as of yet in regards to what they will do for the wedding, honeymoon, etc.
If Jay-Z and Beyonce are doing it though, it will likely be very big.
Sources are stating that though it may be big, the two want to keep it as private as possible.