Unnamed, exclusive sources told Us Weekly that the two have been affianced since the warmer months. Be gone summertime sadness; Del Rey might sing about you, but she's got no time for your antics any more! Though we're thrilled pop's resident sad gal has found love (in a hopeless place), we're curious to know what's going to happen to her songwriting. Will Ultraviolence/Ultra Violence (the verdict's still out on how it's properly spelled) be a more uplifting album? Various remixes of her tracks have proven her voice nicely complements a dance beat. But, then again, Robyn's made a killing off of danceable songs one can cry to, too. Perhaps it'll be a mix. Who knows! Who knows.
It's time to start brushing up on our Kassidy discography since Del Rey's marrying the band's guitarist. But, for now, a congratulations is in order for the two — and a stiff glass of cognac — just how Del Rey would want it. (Us Weekly)
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