Matthew Morrison, Renee Puente, The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco

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Matthew Morrison and his stunning fiancée, Renee Puente, are going to the chapel and they're going to get married.

But they're not rushing to do it.

"It's going good," the Glee star told me of their engagement at the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. "We're a ways out—probably in 2015 sometime."

Why the wait?

"We're really taking our time and having fun with it," Morrison explained.

The actor's good friends, Elton John and David Furnish, announced the news in late June onstage at their White Tie and Tiara ball in London that Morrison popped the question after two years of dating.

The "Yellowbrick Road" rocker and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin then sang a duet of "Your Song," which they dedicated to the spouses-to-be.

"They are thrilled," a source close to the star told us at the time. "It is the first marriage for them both. He loves her so much. The theme of the night was love, which is so appropriate," a source close to the star told us at the time.

At the end of the night, Morrison tweeted, "An incredible night of LOVE @ejaf Ball. I'm going to marry my best friend! Happy day for me and @Renee_Puente."

The following day, he posted, "In a world filled with so much negativity, I'm so inspired by all of the positive wishes for our engagement! Means so much to us! Thanks!"

Now if the couple could only do something about their nickname. Puente tweeted a few days after their engagement was revealed, "Ummm.. Can we change our name from Rematt to something that sounds more attractive such as maybe... MattnNay???"

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