CC Antya 1.184
samaye tena vidheyaṁ guṇavati tārā-kara-grahaṇam
naṭatā — dancing on the stage; kirāta-rājam — the ruler of the Kirātas (uncivilized men), Kaṁsa; nihatya — killing; raṅga-sthale — on the stage; kalā-nidhinā — the master of all arts; samaye — at the time; tena — by Him; vidheyam — to be done; guṇa-vati — at the qualified moment; tārā-kara — of the hand of Tārā (Rādhā); grahaṇam — the acceptance.
“ ‘While dancing on the stage after having killed the ruler of uncivilized men [Kaṁsa], Lord Kṛṣṇa, master of all arts, will at the proper time accept the hand of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī, who is qualified with all transcendental attributes.’
This verse is Lalita-mādhava 1.11.