Is Hozier Married? Fans Want to Know More About the 'Take Me to Church' Singer

On his private life, Hozier said, "It would be a shame if I couldn't just sit in a bar with friends. So yeah, I keep my head down."

Alizabeth Swain - Author

Mar. 25 2024, Published 10:30 p.m. ET

Hozier attends An Evening With Hozier at The GRAMMY Museum on Oct. 30, 2023
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In the realm of celebrity romance and personal life mysteries, one question that seems to persistently hover in the minds of fans and onlookers alike is whether or not Hozier is married.

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The Irish singer-songwriter, renowned for his soulful voice and evocative lyrics, has long been a subject of intrigue not just for his musical prowess but also for his notably private life. With rumors swirling and speculation at an all-time high, let's delve into the facts and hearsay surrounding Hozier's marital status and romantic connections. We'll separate myth from reality in the enigmatic world of this celebrated artist.

Is Hozier married?

Hozier performs onstage during the Love Rising: Let Freedom Sing (and Dance) on March 20, 2023
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In May 2022, a humorous misunderstanding involving a photo shared by musician Lyra McNamara led fans to speculate that Hozier had married her. She shared a black-and-white photo on Instagram with Hozier, which mistakenly led fans to believe they had married.

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The photo, taken at a wedding where both were guests, sparked a flurry of congratulatory messages from fans. Lyra clarified on Instagram, "For the record Hozier did not take me to church and we did not get married," dispelling the rumors

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Hozier has consistently emphasized his commitment to privacy, especially regarding his personal life. In a 2023 interview with The Telegraph, he articulated the value he places on maintaining a normal life away from the spotlight. He said, "It would be a shame if I couldn't just sit in a bar with friends. So yeah, I keep my head down."

While Hozier's music often delves into themes of love and relationships, the artist himself remains unmarried and continues to keep details of his personal life private. His thoughtful reflections on marriage and his support for equality speak to a broader understanding of love, one that transcends his own personal experiences.

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Hozier reflects on dating and relationships in his music.

Hozier performing on day two of Lollapalooza Brazil at Autodromo de Interlagos on March 23, 2024
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Hozier's third album, 'Unreal Unearth' delves deeply into the themes of love and loss, offering listeners a nuanced exploration of human connections. According to The Crimson White, the album traverses the emotional spectrum of relationships, embodying both their dark and luminous aspects.

His songwriting, celebrated for its depth and sensitivity, resonates for its authentic portrayal of love's complexities, making listeners feel seen in their experiences of heartbreak and healing. Oddball Era notes Hozier's skill in articulating the tender emotions that define human relationships, which is particularly evident in his latest work.

Hozier's personal life became a topic of interest when discussions about his sexuality emerged, particularly related to the music video for his hit song "Take Me to Church." He clarified that he isn't gay and emphasized that the song, while not exclusively about gay rights, supports the notion of equality and love without boundaries. Hozier's advocacy for equal rights, including support for the Irish vote on gay marriage, highlights his commitment to social issues, per USA Today.

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