Sia Furler and husband Erik Anders Lang have called in quits.
In a statement released to People magazine, the pair announced they’d be parting ways after two years of marriage.
The Adelaide-born singer and the American filmmaker revealed it took them a long time to make the decision and have decided it's best to remain friends.
“After much soul searching and consideration we have made the decision to separate as a couple,” the statement reads. “We are, however, dedicated to remaining friends. There will be no further comment.”
The 40-year-old who’s known for hiding her face under dramatic wigs, announced her engagement to Erik in June 2014 on Instagram.
Two months later in August, the pair wedded at Sia’s Palm Springs home in California.
The Chandelier hitmaker is known for keeping her private life under wraps, and only confirmed her marital status eight months after her wedding.
During an interview on Nova 96.9 with radio co-hosts Fitzy and Wippa congratulated the shy artist on her exciting news and all she said was “Thanks.”
She revealed during the segment that her hubby had only just met her father for the first time during their trip to Australia last year.
“He's met mum. He met dad for the first time yesterday,” Sia admitted. “They actually fell in love with one another and that was awesome. It's pretty cute.'
The Alive star previously revealed she’s bisexual and dated Jocelyn 'JD' Sampson, a DJ and Le Tigre band member. They broke up in 2011.
Earlier this week Sia for the first time was nominated for two Grammy Awards, Best Vocal Pop Album for This Is Acting and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Cheap Thrills.