Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Planning $20 Million Wedding? Beyonce 'Will Be There'

Kim Kardashian is reportedly already planning her third wedding to rapper Kanye West despite still being legally married to Kris Humphries.

The reality TV star is said to have set aside a $20 million budget for her special day, which some fans suspect could mimic her 2011 over-the-top nuptials to Kris Humphries.

"The wedding planner alone will cost almost half a million dollars. Kim is thinking of using David Tutera, who has [worked with] everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Jewel to Barbara Walters," a source reportedly told OK! magazine.

"Kim's all-time favorite singer is Celine Dion, and she has had her people reach out to her for a price; usually a private performance runs well over $6 million. Another option they're strongly considering is Beyonce, who will be there anyway," the source went on.

Although Kardashian, 31, has not yet addressed reports of an upcoming wedding to West, 35, the news follows recent claims made by her close friend Jonathan Cheban that the happy couple will likely get engaged as soon as her divorce from Humphries, 28, is finalized.

"It would be great [if Kim and Kanye get married]! She needs to get divorced first, though. When [Kris Humphries] is done playing games, I guess she'll get engaged," Cheban reportedly told Life & Style magazine at Gabrielle's Angel Foundation 2012 Angel Ball.

Kardashian infamously filed for divorce from Humphries after just 72 days of marriage on Oct. 31, 2011 and although she has since moved on with West, 35, her divorce remains unresolved.

"Kim doesn't really pay attention to [her relationship with Kris] anymore, so she just lets it go and she's happy. It's yesterday's news," Cheban sniped.

Despite already enduring two divorces, Kardashian remains undeterred about having a third marriage, and the E! Star is reportedly ready to spend big bucks on her next wedding gown.

"Kim's dream dress would have real pearls and white diamonds, like the [gown] designed by Yumi Katsura, which cost $8.5 million," the source said.