Shia LaBeouf has confirmed that he and Mia Goth did tie the knot in Las Vegas last week, in a ceremony officiated by an Elvis impersonator.

Appearing on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’, Shia confirmed that the wedding was for real, and not one of the bizarre performance art pieces he’s become known for in recent years.

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Ellen told the actor: “Congratulations, I think you just got married.”

“I did, yes,” Shia replied. “You said ‘I think’ because you thought I was messing around or something.”

The couple’s wedding ceremony ended up being live streamed for the world to see on TMZ, something which they weren't expecting.

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"The plan was for it to be a private deal," he told Ellen.

”Part of the package, the King Tut package, you get a livestream for free - [it's] part of the deal. And I said, 'Ya know, we don't really need that as a matter of fact. We’ll just take our private tape. We got our Moms there,' and they said 'no problem.'

"We get back home and it’s like, 'Whoa, hey listen, something changed!'" he explained.

"It got streamed out and TMZ picked it up?" DeGeneres asked. "It did. It did, yep,” Shia replied.

"I [called the church] up and they said somebody pressed the wrong button that sends the video to TMZ. I said, 'I understood.’ “ I checked with my girl and she said, 'Hey, what are you gonna do?' And ya know, it’s love. We’re proud of it. It was love.

“Our dads couldn’t be there so it was kind of nice to have them there watching in a way.”

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Shia didn't address the statement made by The Clark County of Nevada’s office last week, that said the marriage was not legally binding.

In a tweet the office said: “Our records show no marriage license for Shia LaBeouf & Mia Goth. A commitment ceremony was performed #Vegas.”

When asked why they had made a public statement on the matter, the office tweeted: “We were getting media inquiries & it’s a matter of public record.”