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Singer Sisqó recently tied the knot with his longtime fiancee and mother of his two children Elizabeth Pham. The two exchanged vows Friday, August 17.

US Weekly, reported that Sisqó married Elizabeth Pham in an “intimate Catholic service” in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Members of Dru Hill were in attendance and Tao sang “A Ribbon in the Sky” as the two lit a unity candle.

In an episode of #TBT With Us podcast, Sisqó talked about his new bride and what let him know it was the right time to get married.

“It was one of those things where it’s like she’s my best friend,” he told Us at the time. “And it was kinda like … you know, maybe I need to figure out how to make this more permanent before she wakes up and realizes how crazy I am.”

The singer said that the two had been dating on and off for 15 years.

The two have been engaged since 2014, right after their daughter KoKo was born. He told US, “I proposed and I got, like, a big, fat rock. I did it kinda cool, because I felt like our son [Ryu] was the one that kinda saved [us] … I sent him in with a ring box, and she looked into the box and didn’t see anything … She then went to look for me to figure out what’s going on. She came around the corner, and I was one knee and I asked her and she said ‘Yes!’”

If you’re wondering if someone played “The Thong Song” during the reception, you must know that not only was it played, Sisqó performed it.

The Baltimore Sun obtained footage of him performing the song but apparently it was too risqué to publish.


Congratulations to Sisqó and Elizabeth.

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