When West proposed to Kardashian with the help of an orchestra playing at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Monday, a member of the musical ensemble told TMZ that cameras were rolling at the baseball stadium and there's plenty of footage to potentially broadcast on Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
However, West -- whom the orchestra member said was "very hands on" throughout the event -- will reportedly have the final say on whether the proposal will air on the show.
The musician told TMZ that West paid her about $1,000 to play at the proposal, which is four times what she usually gets paid for a gig. She also reportedly said she had only learned of West's plans to pop the question two days prior to the big reveal.
According to the website, a contractor reached out to various musicians in the area and instructed them to keep quiet about the arrangements and engagement news. The orchestra members also reportedly had to sign non-disclosure agreements.
The orchestra was comprised of 50 people and E! News reported fireworks and Roman candles were set off after West proposed. The orchestra reportedly played Lana Del Rey's "Young and Beautiful," followed by Keri Hilson, Ne-Yo and West's "Knock You Down."
After Kardashian accepted West's offer, the reality TV star's family and friends reportedly rushed out onto the field from one of the baseball park's dugouts but the couple's daughter North "Nori" West was not present due to the cold weather.