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Karen O: 'I'm Married!'

Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer secretly weds director boyfriend

December 9, 2011 4:15 PM ET
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Karen O and Barney Clay attend the Museum of Modern Art's 4th Annual Film benefit.
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The boisterous frontwoman of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Karen O, can also keep a secret: she's married!

On Wednesday, Karen broke her silence about her relationship with her longtime boyfriend, video director Barnaby Clay. "I'm a married woman," the 33-year-old rocker told Us Weekly at the New York launch of Rocked: An Exclusive Photography Exhibition by Mick Rock.

Clay directed the moody clip for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' hit "Zero" from their 2009 album It's Blitz! and has also helmed videos for Depeche Mode and Gnarls Barkley. He's sometimes credited as Barney Clay. Karen O previously dated director Spike Jonze and Liars frontman Angus Andrew.

Mazel tov, you crazy kids!

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