Kim and Kanye, Kanye and Kim, Kimye.
The two lovebirds are slated to elope this weekend for the most talked about event of the year. Kimye have reportedly dished out over $1 million on the wedding, with a hefty six-figure sum going to the wedding singer, Lana Del Rey. The "West Coast" artist will be performing the bride-to-be's favorite song, "Young and Beautiful," to set the tone for the romantic ceremony. We know Lana Del Rey is on the soundtrack for the evening, but here are 10 songs that didn't quite make the cut:
1. "I Hit It First" - Ray J
Ahhh, Ray J. The struggle to stay relevant is so very real. From starring in his own dating show "For the Love of Ray J" to hosting VH1's "Bad Girls All-Star Battle," Ray J's relevancy is on such a downward spiral that it's almost a joke. He is apparently sending Kimye a $47K check for four months' profit from Kim's infamous sex tape as a wedding gift. Still, we're positive that his sad, desperate single "I Hit It First" will NOT be played at the wedding.
2. "Gold Digger" - Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx
Gold digger (noun): a woman who associates with or marries a man chiefly for material gain. Hmmm...
3. "Family Portrait" - P!nk
We're definitely putting Pink's unofficial anthem for children experiencing the painful realities of divorce on the "do not play" list.
4. "Creep" - TLC
A song about "creeping" (cheating) on your man and keeping it "on the down low" because "nobody is supposed to know"...too soon?
5. "Love The Way You Lie" - Eminem ft. Rihanna
Eminem raps about physically abusing his significant other, tying her to a bed and setting the house on fire. Wow, no thanks.
6. "Marvin's Room" - Drake
"I'm just sayin' you could do better." Wait, is that you, Ray J?
7. "Confessions Part II" - Usher
Usher cheated on his ex-girlfriend, TLC's Chilli, and professed it in "Confessions Part I". In "Confessions Part II," he goes further by telling a story of impregnating his mistress. Definitely not wedding material.
8. "I'm N Luv (Wit A Stipper)" - T-Pain
First off, totally inappropriate. Second, no, Just no.
9. "Single Ladies" - Beyoncé
Imagine Kim singing and dancing to this song after tying the knot...
10. "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" - Tammy Wynette
Yes, there's actually a song called "Divorce," and it will NOT be playing at ANY wedding. Ever.