Barry Manilow

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Surprise! Barry Manilow is officially off the market.

The 71-year-old crooner and longtime manager, Garry Kief, 66, have wed, a source told E! News on Wednesday. The two have not commented.

Manilow, best known for '70s pop hits such as "Copacabana (at the Copa)," "Looks Like We Made It," "Could It Be Magic" and "Mandy" as well as for his glittering stage outfits, has always been notoriously private when it comes to his love life.

A source told E! that while Manilow has never discussed his sexuality publicly, "he is not in the closet in any [other] aspect of his life."

He and Kief have occasionally been spotted at celebrity events. Here they are at the 2008 wedding of singer and pianist Michael Feinstein and his partner, Terrence Flannery.

Garry Kief, Barry Manilow, Michael Feinstein, Terrence Flannery

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Manilow and Kief exchanged vows in a ceremony at the pair's mansion in Palm Springs, California last year in front of about 50 guests, who were told they would be attending a lunch, E! News has learned. The couple did not file official paperwork to formalize their marriage.

News about the nuptials was first reported by The National Enquirer and sister outlet Radar Online.

Speculation about Manilow's marital status began several months ago after the singer were spotted sporting what appeared to be a wedding band on his ring finger. He has, however, been seen without it on stage. Manilow is currently on a tour, which runs until June 17—his 72nd birthday.

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