Shia LaBeouf has married his longtime girlfriend Mia Goth in Las Vegas and an Elvis Presley impersonator officiated the vows.
The duo wed on Monday at the Viva Las Vegas chapel on Las Vegas Boulevard. The chapel is well-known in the city for its themed weddings and this was no different. Video, posted to TMZ, shows The King officially pronouncing the couple husband and wife.
The video shows the marriage ceremony started with the Elvis impersonator singing "What'd I Say." Shia, wearing a black suit, is seen dancing and clapping along to the music, while Mia danced and held a bouquet of flowers.
"Oh man," Shia is heard saying at the vows begin and he begins putting a ring on her finger.
Just before Shia and Mia are wed, the sunglasses-wearing officiant goes all Elvis on the couple.
"Do you both agree to adopt each other's hound dogs?" he asks, "To not wear your blue suede shoes in the rain? To always be each other's teddy bear and to give each other a hunk a hunk a burning love?"
The couple gladly agrees and he pronounces them man and wife. Shia raises his hand is excitement as Elvis tells him to kiss the bride. Bruce Springsteen's "Hungry Heart" played overhead as they kissed.
The chapel, located just north of the famed Las Vegas Strip, had Shia and Mia's names on the building as they entered. Photos seem to show that they arrived via limousine.
Shia and Mia started dating in 2012, after meeting on the set of "Nymphomaniac: Volume II." It was reported in March that they had gotten engaged. A few months prior to that, in September of 2015, the couple was seen getting into a fight in Germany.
The duo doesn't speak publicly about each other.
In 2012, Mia spoke of what a perfect date was. "Maybe just stay in and cook and watch a great movie," she told I-D Magazine. "I'm obsessed with film."