Sisqo also explained to that an injury prior to filming regrettably left him with three dislocated ribs.
He added, "The epitome of insult to injury was the couple of hours we had to learn brand new choreography for the video right before recording it where in most cases you get a week to learn a new routine." The thongs, however, remained unharmed.
"I was thinking about that when I made it," he told the "That's why we use those classical strings in the beginning.
Much like the Renaissance period of art and music …
Which is presumably what's important in this situation.
Northwest Community Television has brought to light a little-known local music fact: Sisqó, the Dru Hill singer whose 1999 “Thong Song” hit number three on the U. The couple say they plan to live here for at least a couple of years, since their kids are “flourishing” in the “beautiful community” of Maple Grove—where, as reporter Delane Cleveland notes, Prince now has an open invitation.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.Sisqó's PISSED at the impostor who got all sorts of perks at New York Fashion Week when people thought he was legit ... The reason for Sisqó’s move, it turns out, is that his girlfriend Elizabeth Pham—with whom the 36-year-old R&B star has two young children—has family here. ” laughs the Baltimore native in a televised interview—which doesn’t quite seem right, but there are certainly no undergarments in sight on the quiet suburban streets captured by the Channel 12 camera crew. And 19 other surprising celebs' jobs Jessica Simpson’s ex insinuates that he’s the reason Kim K is famous. He says that they went to a movie and no one followed them there and then when they left “there were 30 photographers waiting outside”.READ MORE: Celebrity break-ups that caught us by surprise They lived together for four years back in the ‘80s after meeting on the set of Excalibur and falling in love."Our relationship is based on love and trust and when he's not working we spend every minute together.Although Sisqo and I are more in love now than the day we met, we're in no rush to tie the knot." The pair have two children – a girl and a boy — and live a quiet life in Maple Grove, MN.that music and art is still appreciated today." Sisqó may very well be a modern renaissance man, but recording technology changes so fast that it can make older songs sound a little dated — but not under Sisqó's watch.In 2017, he reimagined his iconic backside anthem as an EDM song so an entirely new generation of middle schoolers can awkwardly grind on the dance floor.