Michael Jackson's sister got married.

No, not that one. One of the other ones.

La Toya Jackson wed her longtime friend and business partner, Jeffre Phillips, Friday in Los Angeles, according to Radar Online. The 57-year-old's reality star's mother, Katherine Jackson, and her nephew, Prince, were reportedly in attendance.

Phillips reportedly proposed on Jackson's Oprah Winfrey Network reality show, "Life with La Toya."

I hadn't heard of it either.

"He's been by her side forever and they already live in the same building in L.A.," a source told Us Weekly. "He has invested her well in real estate and other business dealings so she is financially in great shape. And he's always with her. They are the very best of friends and Jeffre is part of the family by now."

Oh, well, since they live in the same building and all ... .

Phillips is a record company executive. The couple met in 1999 while working on "Shriek If You Know What I Screamed Last Friday the Thirteenth."

Nope, haven't heard of that one either.

They cofounded Ja-Tail Enterprises, an entertainment management, marketing and publishing company, according to MSN's Wonderwall.

Phillips talked about Jackson during an interview with The Daily Beast in April while promoting her show.

"I met everyone in her family before her," he said. "I knew Michael and Jermaine and everyone before I met La Toya and to be honest I thought she was the odd one! Then I met her and saw how smart and talented she was and we just became instant friends. I hope this show lets everyone see that."

Right -- smart AND talented.

Jackson was previously married to her ex-manager, Jack Gordon. The pair married in 1989 and had a seven-year relationship, during which she has said he was physically abusive.

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