Shortly after try-hard king Shia LaBeouf’s Las Vegas wedding to his eyebrow-deficient queen Mia Goth was livestreamed on TMZ, it was revealed that they didn’t legally get married and it might have been a performance art piece. The clerk’s office in Clark County, Nevada couldn’t seem to find a marriage license for the LaGoths and called their ceremony a “commitment ceremony.” Shia clearly wanted to set the record straight about what happened in Las Vegas last week. Shia showed up on today’s episode of Ellen, because Ellen is Shia’s favorite place to go when he wants to explain the shit he’s done.
Shia told Ellen DeGeneres that the plan was for him and Mia to get married in private at the Viva Las Vegas wedding chapel. He claims he and Mia were offered a livestream as part of their wedding package, but they declined it. Shia says he got a call later telling them that someone “pressed the wrong button” and sent a livestream of their wedding to TMZ. Sure they did, Shia.
Shia wasn’t that upset that strangers got to see his ~so cool~ wedding ceremony to his hipster Blythe doll wife. He says they’re proud of it because “it’s love.” Shia is also glad their wedding video was released because their mothers were there, but their dads couldn’t make it.
As for whether or not their marriage is a legal one, Shia didn’t say. Which means that in a couple of months, I have a feeling I’m going to open the internet one morning and read: “Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth split but not divorced because come on, like that marriage was even real.” Listen to me. Months? How generous.