You kept that quiet! Lana Del Rey has been secretly dating Barrie James O'Neil of Kassidy
She is the current big thing in the world of music and with her pop star status she could have almost any guy she wanted.
Lana Del Rey has avoided dating a super famous star to rival her own success and has instead been secretly courting Barrie James O'Neil from Kassidy.
The 25-year-old from Manhattan, New York, and the Glaswegian rocker have been reportedly seeing each other on and off for around six months.
One love: Barrie James O'Neil and Lana Del Rey have been secretly dating for six months
The musical couple are so in tune with each other that Kassidy have even been performing a cover of Lana's number one hit single, Video Games, at the end of their set.
A source told the Daily Mirror: 'They make a very unlikely couple but they seem to work, and bounce really well off one another.
Lana and Barrie have tried to make themselves the new Sonny and Cher by performing together but with Del Rey's busy schedule it hasn't been possible yet.
Top album: Lana has become a success
The source told the newspaper: 'Lana was due to appear on stage with the boys and sing Video Games in December when they performed at Glasgow Barrowlands.
'Unfortunately she was a no-show. She had a hectic promotional schedule, plus her management feared it would be a dead giveaway that she was seeing Barrie James.'
With Lana becoming more and more popular she has been finding it difficult to make time for her boyfriend and the pair have been staying in contact via Twitter, Facebook, and Skype.
Despite receiving mixed reviews for her debut solo record Born To Die, the record become the fastest-selling album of 2012 so far.
According to figures from the Official Charts Company, Born To Die achieved sales of over 117,000 copies in its first week of release.
Lana has achieved the top spot on the UK album charts, with Born To Die outselling the rest of the top five combined.
In addition, the album is the fastest-selling of the year so far and the first release of 2012 to break 100,000 sales.
Mixed reviews: Although her album has sold well it was decimated by the critics
The figures will surely come as a relief to Lana, whose album was labelled 'dull, dreary, hollow and emotionless' by some of the harshest critics.
Following the reviews, however, Lana took to her Twitter page to thank her fans for their continued support.
She tweeted: 'Your sweet words have softened the effect of even the harshest reviews. I adore you.'
The groupie: Kassidy have been performing a cover of Lana's Video Games