April 3, 2008 17:15

Beyonce and Jay Z to marry tomorrow? – Tabloid Hell

Superstar couple will reportedly tie the knot in New York

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Beyonce and Jay-Z are reportedly to marry tomorrow, five days after applying for a marriage licence in New York state.

The couple, who have been together for five years, filed for the licence on Tuesday (April 1) at Scarsdale Village Hall in New York, according to People.com.

A 'source' told the magazine: "They were very polite and smiling as they filled out the paperwork. They were holding hands for a while. They looked really happy."

A report on gossip website Perezhilton.com confirms that the pair will marry in New York City tomorrow (April 4), although no further details are available.

Meanwhile, as previously reported, Jay-Z is set to sign a $150 million deal with LiveNation after he leaves his current label Def Jam.

He will join Madonna and U2 at the company, which will oversee all his affairs, including recording, live shows and merchandise.

--By our New York staff.
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