LAST UPDATED: 29th October 2013 at 9:35am
Kanye likes to put on a show - we know that - and it seems his upcoming nuptials will be no exception.
Speaking on a morning radio show, the singer hinted to an extravagant do: "Two words: fighter jets," he said.
He also repeatedly referred to Kim as his 'wife'. Bless.
On the subject of the proposal, the blushing groom-to-be admitted to being 'a little bit nervous,' but more about 'everything being on cue' rather than actually popping the question.
"[Kim] knew I was eventually going to ask her to marry me," he said. " I just had to get that ring right. I worked with four different jewelers. Three rings were made and only one hit the tinger and that was Lorraine's."
"I actually changed the thing the night before. It [the ring] was less than four hours old when I gave it to her."
In true Kanye style, he joked that his proposal has now raised the bar for proposals around the world.
"I gotta apologise to the race of males for turning up so much. I wanted to marry that girl from the first time I saw her,' he said. 'Kim and I are the perfect balance.
In other news, the couple are said to be preparing a pre-nup ahead of the big day.
And talking about legal actions, Kanye is also said to be suing YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley, for uploading his proposal to the video site which has already raked up 1.5million views since last week.
The event was filmed for Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and according to TMZ, Hurley violated a non-disclosure agreement by publishing the video.
Never a dull moment with these two…
LAST UPDATED: 28th October 2013 at 10:00am
Kim Kardashian has described Kanye West's proposal as an 'out-of-body experience'.
The reality TV star said she had no idea what the rapper had in mind when she arrived at the AT&T baseball last week.
"It was an absolute, complete surprise," said the star. "I was shaking so much, shaking the entire time!'
The bride-to-be revealed that she will take Kanye's name after the wedding, explaining that she'll make Kardashian her middle name, like what her sister Khloé Kardashian Odom did.
So now the question becomes what will the big do be like?
By the sounds of it, Kim is happy to let the groom-to-be take the wedmin reins: "We honestly haven't had a moment to talk about it or even breathe, but whatever he wants."
If the proposal is anything to go on (live orchestra, fireworks and all), then the big day will be quite something...
LAST UPDATED: 21st October 2013 at 9:05am
Rumour has it Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are officially engaged!
The rapper proposed to the reality TV star in San Francisco last night, on her 33rd birthday, by renting out the entire AT&T Park baseball stadium, filling it with flowers and popping the question in front of their friends and family.
An orchestra preformed the ballad Young And Beautiful from The Great Gatsby, before breaking into Kanye's hit song with Keri Hilson and Ne-Yo, Knock You Down.
Flashing on the scoreboard screen was the message: 'Pleeeease Marry Meee!!!'
After Kim said 'yes' and accepted the 15 carat Lorraine Schwartz sparkler, fireworks explored in the sky and the entire Kardashian clan ran out of the dugouts.
The couple have been 'official' since April 2012 and welcomed their first child, North West, in June 2013.
Engagement rumours abour the couple have been running riot since the beginning of their relationship, when it was said Kanye was designing an engagement ring from the get-go.
With the arrival of their first child it was also said that a wedding was on the cards, but this is the first time the rumours seem to have any substance (E! News claims to have 'all the details' on Kanye's surprise engagement ready to air tonight).
We can't help but being to imagine the nuptials of the fashionistas…
Kris Jenner opened up about her daughter Kim's plans to marry Kanye earlier this year, saying that if they were to wed it would be a small and "private" occasion, unlike her televised wedding to Kris Humphries in 2011.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Jenner said: "This time it will be private and smaller, if she does get married again - not 500 people."