A couple in New York have created a catchy music video to announce their break-up to friends.
YouTube star Jonathan Mann, 30, and Ivory King, 31, wrote a song to reveal why they had decided to end their five year relationship.
Mann, a Brooklyn musician known for his campaign to write a song a day, uploaded the video yesterday.
"Yes, it's true folks, Ivory and I are splitting up. It's really sad. I'm really sad," he wrote.
"It's going to be a hard road ahead for me but I know that this is the right decision and eventually we'll both be happier in the end."
The video starts with an explanation of why things are over.
"I want to have kids," Mann sings.
"And I really don't," King replies.
"I thought that she might," he sings.
"But I really won't," she sings.
The couple continue to sing about their break-up while performing synchronised dance moves.
"And breaking up's a mess/So please be there for us/You don't have to choose/Though it'll be awkward, yes."
Mann told the New York Daily News he felt it would be "cathartic to make this together, as sort of our final act".
"I didn’t want to make a post on Facebook and have that be it,” he said. “And I didn’t want to have to explain it over and over to people, because that can be really painful," he said.
Mann posted the song as part of his "Song a Day" project, which has seen him publish a new song on YouTube for more than 1400 consecutive days.