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Want a 'Quickie' Wedding Like Ludacris? 5 Lyrical Legal Lessons

You may have heard by now: Rapper Ludacris (aka Christopher Bridges) married his longtime "lover and friend" Eudoxie Mbouguiengue a mere two weeks after proposing.

According to the New York Daily News, Luda proposed to Eudoxie on December 26 by lighting up the question "Eudoxie, will you marry me" in blue on a grass field while their plane flew overhead. Then, in his own words, he "did the thing before 2015" in a private ceremony over the holidays.

The real kicker, however, came when it was revealed that they got engaged and married on the same day, reports E! News.

It's sweet, romantic, and rife with legal issues. Like an obnoxious parent, we'll remind you that before you "act a fool" and have your own quickie wedding, consider these few pieces of Luda lyric-inspired advice:

"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans has announced that she recently got engaged to boyfriend Nathan Griffith.

Evans and Griffith have been dating for nearly two years and have a 4-month-old son together, reports E! Online. Both Evans and Griffith also have children from prior relationships, including Evans' 5-year-old daughter Jace. Details of the couple's engagement were not disclosed, but the bride-to-be did post pictures of her engagement ring on social media.

What legal issues should Evans and Griffith keep in mind as they prepare to take their vows? Here are five engagement tips they may want to consider:

Brangelina has become official.

After years of speculation as to when, or if, the famous couple would ever tie the knot after getting engaged in 2012, Brad Pitt and Angelia Jolie managed to sneak in a private wedding ceremony in France, a spokesman told The Associated Press.

What are some of the legal questions the newlyweds may be facing?