Sinead O’Connor Reunites With Her Husband for ‘Mad Lovemaking Affair’

“F— every other motherf—er who don’t like it,” singer says of her decision

It seems that Sinead O'Connor has had yet another change of heart about her on-again, off-again husband.

The Irish songstress — who announced her divorce from husband Barry Herridge in late December, after just 16 days of marriage — noted via Twitter Wednesday that she and Herridge had reconciled. Sort of.

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Announcing her intentions to take it slow with Herridge this time around, the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer wrote, "we decided to be boyfriend and girlfriend again an stay married but we did rush so we gonna return to b friend g friend."

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O'Connor also offered an intimate — perhaps too intimate — glimpse into their rekindled relationship, boasting, "guess whohad [sic] a mad love making affair with her own husband last night?"

The singer surprised her fans in early December by announcing that she had wed Herridge — whom she had met after soliciting for a beau on her Twitter account in August — in a Las Vegas chapel, during a hush-hush ceremony for which her children were not even present.

"I've been married before, but I've never had my dream wedding in Vegas," the 45-year-old singer wrote at the time. "I wanted to do it there because it's casual, quick, not religious and, most of all, very romantic."

However, a mere two weeks later, O'Connor told the world that the marriage was a bust, noting that Herridge was feeling "intense pressure" from people in his life to end his relationship with her. (Oh, and there was also a crack-cocaine run that, for some inexplicable reason, put a damper on their relationship.)

"So.. U love someone? Set them free," O'Connor wrote.

Now, however, the couple has decided to stick it out — and O'Connor couldn't be happier, even if she's expressing her glee in expletive-laden terms.

"we all in love an f— every other mother— who dont like it.. so me all happy!! me love me hubby.. he love me… f— who no like it.. God is good!"

Sigh … ain't love grand?