The eight-time Grammy winner and his longtime love obtained a marriage license in Clark County, Nevada, on Feb. 8—just days before his star-studded Big Game performance at Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11—according to court records. However, it's not confirmed if Usher and Jenn have tied the knot as a marriage certificate has yet to officially be filed.
E! News has reached out to Usher's rep for comment but has yet to hear back.
Even though the news may have fans going OMG, Usher and Jenn have been together for quite some time. In fact, the couple first generated romance rumors in 2019.
And when it came to their spark, Usher and Jenn continued to let it burn. Fast-forward to September 2020, and the pair welcomed their first child together: daughter Sovereign Bo, 3. The following year, they added another family member by welcoming son Sire Castrello, 2. The little ones joined Usher's sons Usher "Cinco" Raymond V, 16, and Naviyd Ely, 15, whom he shares with ex-wife Tameka Foster.
And while fans will just have to stay tuned to see whether Usher and Jenn said "yeah!" to marriage, he recently hinted he wouldn't be opposed to tying the knot.
"Listen, when you find someone that you know is a great partner, of course it is an honor and a pleasure to be able to share life with someone who wants to share it with you and loves you, who you are," the singer told People earlier this week, later adding, "We've obviously made a commitment to life for life together because of our children. It wouldn't be odd for us to get married. We already did here. You know what I'm saying?"
"And we're going to be in each other's lives until we die, obviously, because we have something to share," he added. "That's beautiful. Our children. But not because of that. I really do feel like I have an amazing partner that I respect."
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