Published: Mon, March 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Chance the Rapper ties the knot in star-studded wedding

Chance the Rapper ties the knot in star-studded wedding

Newlyweds: Chance The Rapper is certainly celebrating his new role as a married man after a "romantic ceremony" to longtime girlfriend Kirsten Corley at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach on Saturday afternoon, according to E!

The hip-hop star, 25, Wednesday his longtime girlfriend Kirsten Corley on Saturday at the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California, PEOPLE confirms.

Chance's brother Taylor Bennett was in attendance, along with the couple's famous friends including Dave Chappelle, Kanye West, and Kim Kardashian, who wore a colorful dress.

Days before the ceremony, the Chicago Tribune reported that the couple has been legally married since December 27, when they tied the knot in a civil ceremony at the Cook County Clerk's Office.

Chance proposed to Corley last Fourth of July at a family picnic.

"A thread on how I met my wife", he began, sharing a picture of Kirsten as a young girl, taken the day Chance met her in 2003 when he was just nine years old.

Added the eyewitness: "After the ceremony, Kim and Kanye hung out with Dave Chappelle on the lawn".

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Chance The Rapper lawfully got married to his wife two months ago after which he took to social media with narration of how they met.

In the photo booth images, Chance was also seen in a white T-shirt as he mugged with friends.

"I knew I was gonna marry that girl". "16 years later it's happening".

When Chance won the best new artist Grammy in 2017, he sweetly dedicated the award to Corley and their daughter.

"Kirsten Katrina Corley, will you make me a man and be my wife?" "For Kirsten, for Kensli, for all of Chicago", he said in his acceptance speech.

"From the beginning beginning to the end end. Forever and ever babe".

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