Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O: 'I'm a married woman'

Yeah Yeah Yeahs' singer reveals she married long-term boyfriend Barnaby Clay

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Karen O of Yeah Yeah Yeahs has revealed she's married.

She's been in a long-term relationship with video director Barnaby Clay, and on Wednesday confirmed the pair had wed.

The 33-year-old told US Weekly: "I'm a married woman."

She was speaking at the launch of Rocked: An Exclusive Photography Exhibition by Mick Rock in New York on Wednesday (December 7).

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.

Karen O previously dated director Spike Jonze and Liars frontman Angus Andrew.

Earlier this week, Karen O also revealed she had been working on a new Yeah Yeah Yeahs album.

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