“I never thought I was able to let go of the past,” he told ET. I mean, there’s so many things that are involved, it’s just been a smorgasbord of craziness for 10 years…and that was really talking about me as a single guy — and now I’m married.” Urie said that, despite no longer being single, he still likes writing about the partying life. At The Disco performed on ABC’s Good Morning America on October 20.In an Entertainment Tonight interview, Urie said that the title was a “trow out to my wife” and that she was a major influence on the album.I guess if I had to classify myself, I'd say I'm straight.But I have, in the past, experimented in other realms of homosexuality and bisexuality. Like with my wife, I'm just so insanely in love and attracted to my wife that I go, "Well, OK, my love of musicals can't trump that I love pussy" [ Urie isn't the first celebrity to reveal he has a fluid perception of sexuality or to identify with the sentiment that everyone is a little bit gay.“I like writing about parties –so a lot of this stuff is about parties that I’ve gone to where I’m trying to recall exactly what happened — kind of in a hangover sense, trying to piece sense together and put it in a song,” he told ET.“This is like my best recollection of parties that I’ve been do.” It was very important for us to have this day reflect our love for one another, something beautiful, romantic, whimsical, and unique.
While Walker and Ross' exit left a hole in the Panic!Critics praised the album's wide variety of musical stylings, while citing compositional simplicity and Urie's verbose lyricism as detractors. dates back to at least April 2008, just one month after the release of the record. at The Disco frontman Brendon Urie sat down with Pride Source this week to discuss a number of things -- including those gay rumors that have followed the singer since the early days of Panic!Urie, who married wife Sarah Orzechowski earlier this year, reignited rumors about his sexuality with the subject of the band's new single "Girls/Girls/Boys" off of their fourth LP "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!" Pride Source pinned down the singer about a tweet he sent last year claiming that "everyone's a little gay." Urie told reporters: I find myself being attracted to dudes all the time.