After a romp in bed, Sinead O'Connor has decided to give her marriage with Barry Herridge another try.
The Nothing Compares 2 U singer, 45, bragged on Twitter Wednesday that the estranged newlyweds have reunited after a brief break-up, apparently settling their problems between the sheets.
"Guess who had a mad lovemaking affair with her own husband last night?" the Irish singer wrote, noting that "mother----- who dont like it ...so me all happy!! me love me hubby ...he love me ...f--- who no like it ...God is good!"
O'Connor explained that she and Herridge, 38, will try to perfect their marriage over time, after their first try resulted in a split after just 16 days.
"Yay!!! we decided to be boyfriend and girlfriend again an stay married but we did rush so we gonna return to b friend g friend an besickenly happy an go counsellin an move in in like a yr like regular people. but stay married an we all in love an f--- every other (sic)," O'Connor wrote Wednesday.
As we previously reported, O'Connor complained she felt like she was "living in a coffin" in her marriage to Herridge, which quickly crumbled when she took the drug counselor on a hunt for marijuana in Las Vegas following their shotgun wedding December 8.
"We ended up in a cab in some place that was quite dangerous," O'Connor told the Sun. "I wasn't scared – but he's a drugs counselor. What was I thinking?"
O'Connor said Herridge became "very frightened" when she wound up with "a load of crack" in hand.
"That kind of messed everything up a bit, really."
She then told the Sun she'd sworn off marriage and doesn't even think she'll "date anyone" moving forward. (Hey, things change.)
The mother-of-four was past married to music producer John Reynolds in 1989, journalist Nicholas Sommerlad in 2001 and musician Steve Cooney in 2010.