Miranda Lambert's Husband Went Viral For His LGBTQ Pride Parade Dance
By Connor Hachey
February 24, 2019
Country queen Miranda Lambert isn't the only one in her relationship with a flair for performance! Before police officer Brendon Mcloughlin was making headlines for his surprise marriage to the 'Mama's Broken Heart' crooner, he was known as a viral LGBTQ dance sensation.
Back in 2015 while Brendon was on patrol in New York City during LGBTQ Pride Weekend, he was caught on video doing the "Cupid Shuffle" dance with some civilians. The video ended up going viral for his on-point moves and positive participation in city festivities. As you can see in the video below with almost 300,000 views, Mcloughlin and a group of festival-goers dance along to the track. When a woman jumps in possessing some rainbow flags, Brendon grabs one himself to wave during their dance break.
Although Lambert's new man may have been dancing in the streets a few short years ago, TMZ recently reported that he's been removed from his public assignment due to media scrutiny. His previous responsibilities included patrolling Times Square but he's since been temporarily reassigned to chauffeuring superiors on driving duty.
Although the couple are currently reported to be navigating a long-distance relationship, they travel back and forth between Nashville and New York City often to be with one another. Miranda announced their marriage on her Instagram this past February a few days after Valentine's Day. The 'Tin Man' artist shared two gorgeous photos from said wedding. One being a close up shot of Miranda and Brendan cuddling outdoors and another showing the couple romantically sharing eye contact.
In honor of Valentine’s Day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched! My heart is full. Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for.... me.
Photo: Instagram / Miranda Lambert