The singer tied the knot with the music executive in Las Vegas on Feb. 11, the same day he performed a medley of his greatest hits at the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show, according to a marriage certificate obtained by TMZ Feb. 12.
"We can confirm that Usher and Jennifer Goicoechea took the next step in their relationship," his rep later confirmed to People, "and did get married on Sunday night in Las Vegas surrounded by close friends and family."
The rep added, "They both look forward to continuing to raise their children together surrounded by love and thank everyone for the well wishes."
News of the wedding comes just days after Usher and Jennifer—who share kids Sovereign, 3, and Sire, 2—obtained a marriage license in Clark County, Nevada. In court records previously reviewed by E! News, the eight-time Grammy winner and his longtime love got the license on Feb. 8, but had not filed it prior to Usher's Super Bowl performance.
The couple were seen donning in matching white outfits at a Super Bowl after-party on Feb. 11. At the time, Usher, 45, wore a plethora of rings on his left hand—including a golden band on his wedding finger—while Jennifer, 40, paired her ivory top and high-waisted trousers with a pair of ivory gloves.
Jennifer was first linked to Usher in October 2019, when she was photographed kissing the "U Got It Bad" artist backstage at one of his shows. Four months later, the pair stepped out at Vanity Fair's annual Oscars after-party together.
"We've obviously made a commitment to life for life together because of our children," Usher—who is also dad to sons Usher "Cinco" V, 16, and Naviyd, 15, from his past marriage to ex Tameka Foster—told People earlier in February. "It wouldn't be odd for us to get married."
He added, "And we're going to be in each other's lives until we die, obviously, because we have something to share."
To see photos of Usher tearing up the Super Bowl stage, keep reading.