Sia Furler, the singer-songwriter behind almost all of your favorite jams, married her fiancé of two months, filmmaker Erik Anders Lane, over the weekend! Though the Australian chanteuse is notoriously private, she shared a tweet on Saturday morning that all but captured every bride's pre-wedding freak out.
Furler and Lane reportedly tied the knot at her Palm Springs, California, home, where local paper The Desert Sun noted that two Classic Party Rentals trucks unloaded supplies for the big event in her Tahquitz River Estates neighborhood before the big event.
The duo got engaged in June, and made their debut as a betrothed couple at The Wayuu Taya gala in New York City, where Furler happily showed off her diamond engagement ring.
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With no other details yet to surface, we can at least imagine that there were some amazing musical performances! Furler, whose song "Chandelier" from her sixth and latest album 1000 Forms of Fear is heating up the charts, was also the female vocalist on David Guetta's "Titanium" and Flo Rida's "Wild Ones." Not only that, she also wrote Rihanna's number-one hit "Diamonds," Ne-Yo's "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)," Beyoncé's "Pretty Hurts," Katy Perry's "Firework" and Britney Spears's "Perfume." Can you blame us for assuming there was at least one music A-lister on hand to do a little serenading at her wedding?
After all, even Adam Levine hit the stage for his wedding to Behati Prinsloo last month!