A decade is a long time in show business, but the rapper-turned-actor and model are still as devoted as ever. The couple, who were married in 2005, renewed their wedding vows in an over-the-top ceremony last weekend. Now, their so-weird-but-it-works relationship will take center stage in the E! reality series 'Ice Loves Coco' (premieres Sun., June 12 at 10:30PM).
The fact that it's taken them this long to step in front of reality cameras together had us a little surprised -- they odd couple seems made for TV -- but we're happy they're finally there. But it got us to thinking -- who else would we like to watch on the small screen?
Here are five other celebrity couples we think should get their own reality shows.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
Not one but TWO smart, hilarious blonde women who happen to be completely devoted to one another. They're the celebrity couple we'd most love to be friends with; a reality show would make it feel like they were hanging out in our living rooms with us.
Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally
Ron Swanson and Karen Walker -- erm, sorry, Offerman and Mullally -- have been married for nearly eight years. They're like the TV comedy power couple of our dreams. Can you imagine what kind of hilarity occurs when they squabble? Or maybe they're the two most level-headed, normal people ever. Either way, it would be fascinating to watch.
Oprah and Stedman
This pair has been together for 25 years -- as long as 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' was on the air -- but they tend to keep a low profile. The big O trotted out her beau in front of the world during the final 'Oprah Winfrey Show' episodes, but we want more. Coincidentally, the OWN ratings aren't as big as investors had hoped -- maybe Oprah should turn the camera on herself to spark those viewership numbers?
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
The reigning queen of rock is reuniting with her old band No Doubt for a new album due out later this year. We would just like to point out how great reality shows are when you want to promote your new album/clothing line/what have you. Just saying. Plus, the rock star husband and two beautiful blonde children are too adorable for words. Let us in, Gwen!
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden
The former 'Simple Life' star is no stranger to reality TV, but she's changed her ways since she partied with Paris Hilton on the show. Now married to Good Charlotte rocker Madden with two kids, we think Richie's sarcastic charm would be welcome in a show documenting her family life and motherhood.
Which celebrity couple would you watch in a reality show about their relationship?