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Adrienne Bailon's quick wedding plans

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Adrienne Bailon's quick wedding plans

Adrienne Bailon has "pretty much planned" her entire wedding.

The 32-year-old star got engaged to Israel Houghton during a trip to Paris last month and quipped she had already planned the big day by the time she got back to Los Angeles.

She said: "I got engaged in Paris and I had a flight home back to LA - it's a very long flight. I pretty much planned the whole wedding on the plane ride home, so I'm good. It's going to be elegant and intimate."

Both Adrienne and Israel are heavily involved with the planning but 'The Real' host insists her other half has "better taste".

She told E! News: "I love that. There's nothing worse than when you're trying to have a conversation with somebody and you can tell they're not interested ... that is not the case. We are both very much involved and I love that.

"We agree on everything. That's weird. He actually has better taste than me, so if I picked something else, I always go with him because he always has better taste."

Meanwhile, Israel previously gushed about his fiancé, who he described as a "shining example of the eagle she is that rises above the cacophony of the noise of ignorants".

Announcing their engagement, he shared: "I have seen and felt the essence of Gods grace through the life, the kindness and the courage of this woman. I've seen her attacked, lied about, wrongfully accused, mocked, laughed at, and misunderstood.

"But, I've also seen the shining example of the eagle she is that rises above the cacophony of the noise of ignorants- I'm learning from her example. She loves Jesus. She loves her family. She loves people. Even the ones that don't love her back. I pray God give me that same grace in my life.

"I've taken a giant leap of faith in asking her to share life with me forever and to give me a shot at getting it right this time... She has graciously granted my request... She said yes. Thanks Be To God. Thank you @adriennebailon for graciously loving me. (sic)"