Country music star Keith Urban accidentally outed Phoebe Bridgers and Bo Burnham as a couple when he shared a TikTok video of himself and wife Nicole Kidman dancing at a Taylor Swift concert.

In the video, which Urban posted on May 15, he pans the camera around the crowd to show himself and Kidman dancing to Swift’s song “Style.” In the background, it is possible to see Bridgers and Burnham standing next to each other and kissing.

Urban quickly deleted the video after realizing what he had done, but it had already been shared by thousands of people. Bridgers and Burnham have not yet commented on the video.

The news of Bridgers and Burnham’s relationship hasn’t come as a surprise to many fans. While the two have never confirmed their relationship, they were pictured together on what appeared to be multiple dates last year.

Bridgers is a 27-year-old singer-songwriter who has released two albums, “Stranger in the Alps” and “Punisher.” She is known for her raw and emotional lyrics, and she has been praised for her honesty and vulnerability.

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Burnham is a 31-year-old comedian, writer, and director. He is best known for his Netflix specials “Make Happy” and “Inside.” He is also a talented musician, and he has released two albums, “Bo Burnham” and “Inside (The Songs).”

Bridgers shared a two year relationship with Paul Mescal, and the two were engaged. While there’s been speculation rife that they split last year, neither has confirmed it.

In February, Mescal skirted around the question in an interview with Vanity Fair

“I definitely feel the temptation to say the status of my whatever — that will always be there.”

He added, “The temptation still exists to be like, ‘Shut the f–k up. This is my life. This is what’s going on. Or this is what’s not going on,’” he admitted. “[But] giving strangers an answer … doesn’t actually help.”

The writer used AI tools to publish part of this article. The Brag Media relies on journalists to fact check & edit all articles regardless of any AI tools used.

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