Mary J. Blige married record producer Kendu Isaacs at her Bergen County, N.J., home on Dec. 7, says People magazine.
A guest played “Here Comes the Bride” on the piano, and Blige’s mother, Cora, and sister LaTonya whipped up a menu of oxtail, barbecued chicken, crab, red rice and salad, the magazine reported in its Dec. 22 issue.
A photo showed Blige wearing a sleeveless white dress.
“He completes me in the areas that I’m weak in. He’s an analytical brain. I’m a creative brain. We pray together. We read the Bible together,” the 32-year-old singer is quoted on her Web site. “I’ve never seen a man who loves the Lord like he does. He loves his family. He’s a good person. He makes me laugh.”
Blige won critical acclaim and commercial success with 1992’s “What’s the 411?” – groundbreaking for its then-novel mixture of hip-hop beats and R&B melodies.
Her latest album is “Love & Life.”