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Meet Sarah Orzechowski; Wife of Brendon Urie; See her Married Life, Family, and Career
Updated On 01 Jan, 2019 Published On 25 Jul, 2017
Sarah Orzechowski married in 2013 with an American singer, Brendon Urie after dating several years and has no children yet.
America's one of the cutest couples Sarah Orzechowski and Brendon Urie are living a blissful married life since 2013. The pair seems very happy together and is giving us some serious relationship goals.
Sarah, the beautiful wife of Brendon is beautifully maintaining her relationships including her married life, family, and career. So, how it all started?
Let us find out!!!!!!!!!!
Sarah Orzechowski's First Meeting With Future Husband Brendon Urie
Sarah first met Brendon while they were on a tour but the twist in the story was that Sarah was with someone else. But attraction is something that we cannot be controlled.
Both Brendon and Sarah felt something for each other and with the help of their mutual friend they again met and at that time Sarah was single and they started dating.
''It was very important for us to have this day reflect our love for one another, something beautiful, romantic, whimsical, and unique."
"Every detail really came together the day off and we became very emotional when we finally got to see it all at once. We were honestly speechless at how beautiful everything was- it truly felt like a real life fairy tale.''
A picture from their wedding
Her statement proves that their wedding was no less than a fairytale wedding; the bride was dressed in a Vera Wang gown which suits her perfectly.
A moment from their marriage ceremony
Urie described himself as a pansexual in July 2018. He stated that he experimented with men by " I'd say I'm straight".
Further, he explained,
"I'm married to a woman and I'm very much in love with her but I'm not opposed to a man because to me, I like a person. ... If a person is great, then a person is great."
In April 2017, he disclosed that he was diagnosed with ADHD and mentioned that he was prescribed medication for the issue at an early age.
Brendon Urie's Career
Began his career from the band, Panic! At the Disco with Dallon Weekes as a bassist, Kenneth Harris as a lead guitarist and Dan Pawlovich as a drummer.
The band members were looking for a lead guitarist and luckily he got the post but he impressed the members through singing rather than guitar so was replaced as a lead singer for the band.
He gained much of the fame from the band with the releasing of five different studio albums including A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, Pretty Odd, Vices & Virtues, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! and Death of a Bachelor.
He has been awarded by Alternative Press Music Award for the best vocalist for his excellent voice.
Besides working in the band, he also released his single debuted album named, Whisper War. His biggest success was a song titled, I Write Sins Not Tragedies where he played nine instruments and the song became one of the hits of that year.