If you invite the co-founder of YouTube to your party — expect him to pull out his camera at some point.
And, it appears — besides E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians cameras — that Chad Hurley got the only video of the moment Kanye West asked Kim Kardashian to marry him.
The video shows the rapper got on bended knee, while a 50 piece orchestra played. The marquee reads “Pleease Marry Meee!!!”
Kim said “Yes” and went in for a passionate kiss while the orchestra plays “Knock You Down.”
Hidden in the dugout, the crow that included Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Rob Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Jaden Smith, Jonathan Cheban, Robin Antin and Joe Francis rushes to the field of the AT&T Park in San Francisco to congratulate the couple.
You can see Kourtney is the first to embrace Kim while Rob shakes Kanye’s hand.
The video shows — as Joe Francis told us — the event was “five star” including the stylish heat lamps for the nippy San Francisco weather and a DJ took over.
Later the crowd got together for dinner and toasts, where Lorraine Schwartz, the jeweler who designed Kim’s engagement ring says, “I’m very excited, congratulations! Happy Birthday, what an incredible birthday present, and I’m thrilled Kanye is in your life and vice versa.”
Joe tells us that there were many toasts that evening, but the most memorable was from Kanye who simply said, “I love you.”
By the way Chad didn’t upload the video to YouTube, he used his new video player MixBit.