Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian at San Francisco's AT&T Park on Monday night.
And you thought the circus came to town last month.
Because he's a subtle, quiet man, West rented the stadium that's home to the San Francisco Giants, hired a 50-piece orchestra, and paid for fireworks to illuminate the San Francisco sky.
That would have been funny if she said no.
But she didn't. And, really, how could she? The pair have a new daughter, North (who was not in attendance), and West bought his baby mama a 15-carat diamond ring that's only slightly smaller than Mount Rushmore.
According to E! News, West first asked his future mother-in-law Kris Jenner for her daughter's hand in marriage.
We assume she first consulted with her accounting and media teams, and major advertisers on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," to determine whether a "yes" or "no" answer would get bigger TV ratings. Then she granted permission.
According to reports, as AT&T Park's Jumbotron flashed the question at hand, West dropped to a knee and proposed to Kardashian, presenting the ring created by celebrity jeweler Lorraine Schwartz.
A 50-piece orchestra played Lana Del Rey's "Young and Beautiful," followed by tracks by Keri Hilson and Ne-Yo and Kanye's own "Knock You Down."
She should have said no. But no one ever accused a Kardashian of having a sense of humor.
After Kardashian said yes, fireworks and Roman candles exploded around the field and all was right with the world.
It was not known why West picked San Francisco as the place to pop the question. However, he is in the Bay Area for a pair of concerts, tonight (Oct. 22) at San Jose's SAP Center and Wednesday at Oakland Oracle.
Production problems have struck West's Yeezus tour in the early going, prompting the cancellation of a show in Vancouver on Sunday.
Maybe Kanye had other things on his mind.