Legendary R&B singer Chante Moore has got a man at home, and now the two are married, Media Take Out has confirmed.
And the 55 year old Chante and 60 year old Stephen decided to say their nuptials in a non-traditional manner. At least Stephen was non-traditional.
The couple wed in a private ceremony in the Caribbean attended by just Chante, Stephen and a few close friends, Media Take Out has learned.
And while Chante decided to wear a glamorous wedding gown, Stephen decided to keep it comfortable. He wore white trousers and a pink polo shirt. Look:
Moore was previously married to actor Kadeem Hardison, with whom she shares a daughter with and singer Kenny Lattimore, with whom she shares a son.
Moore reportedly noted in her book “Will I Marry Me?” that, “After the last divorce I had to figure out and understand that I was the common denominator with it all.”
In a 2017 interview with Rolling Out, Moore was asked, “Is it hard to find love?
“It’s hard to find love for anybody,” she replied. “As an artist, people make assumptions about you. And, they make assumptions about who they have to be for them to be special to you. It’s a whole lot of presumption that happens before you can say, “Hi, you are attractive. My name is…” or for me to say, “You look handsome…”
She continued, “A man has to be secure to be in my life. Women know we outnumber men, and we give allowances for behavior that we shouldn’t. I won’t allow it. I believe in waiting for the right person to see me and be confident in themselves not to worry about the singer.”
Hill exited the BET network after 17 years in 2017. Most recently, he reportedly helped put together the American Music Awards, which go down Nov. 21.
The singer went public with her relationship with former BET President of Programming, Stephen G. Hill, earlier this year. Shante did so by sharing a special birthday message for him on Instagram last month with a photo of them together on a boat watching the sun set over the ocean. Her message began with lyrics from “Happier Than the Morning Sun” by Stevie Wonder and closed with these heartfelt words.
“I couldn’t think of a better way to say~ what love, peace and joy I feel~ because of you @stephengranthill,” she wrote.