Brendon Urie sure does love his fans, and during Panic! At The Disco's Pray For the Wicked tour he's shown it by getting up close and personal, and even sharing the mic with those in the front row. Earlier this week, the singer made one fan's dream come true in Rosemount, Illinois by sidling up next to him so the two could belt out "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" together.
"Bless you @brendonurie, you made my dream come true," he wrote on Twitter alongside a clip of the heartwarming moment (that Brendon Urie smile though). Check out the video below, but be warned that it's possibly too cute to handle.
Though Brendon is all about his fans, everyone has a line and his is being accosted during shows. A special part of the tour has been the "death walk," in which the singer goes out into the audience during "Death of a Bachelor." Though it's meant as a means to connect with the audience, people have been kissing Brendon and he is begging them to stop. The band's tour manager has gone so far as to say anyone who commits the act at future shows will be kicked out.
Panic! At The Disco are nominated for multiple iHeartRadio Music Awards this year, including Best Duo/Group of the Year, Best Alternative Song of the Year, and Best Alternative Rock Artist of the Year. Find out who will be taking home an award this year by tuning into FOX on March 14th where the show will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles from 8-10pm ET/PT.
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