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Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor Marries Mariqueen Maandig

October 19, 2009 3:59 PM ET

Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor married his fiancee Mariqueen Maandig in a ceremony on Saturday, October 17th, E! News reports. Producer Danny Lohner first broke the news of the wedding, writing on his Twitter, "Goths the world over will mourn this day — off to a wedding." Later in the day, Lohner posted a blurry photo of Reznor and Maandig slow-dancing as husband and wife. Trent over at Pink Is the New Blog was also at the reception, and posted photos of Mr. and Mrs. Reznor at the ceremony, including a couple shots of Reznor in his spiffy suit and silver tie and a bunch of candid shots from the reception itself.

According to E!, the wedding was photographed by Robert Evans, who handled Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's wedding, but no official confirmation has been made. Reznor has yet to post about his wedding on his official Website, and as Rolling Stone previously reported he deleted his Twitter this summer. The pair announced their engagement in May 2009. Congrats to the Reznors.

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