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BRENDON URIE Admits Almost Tearing Up When TAYLOR SWIFT Asked Him To Collaborate On "ME"!

Renuel Fallore

Posted at May 03, 2019


Panic! At the Disco was among the winners in this year's Billboard Music Awards - taking home the Top Rock Album for Pray For The Wicked) and Top Rock Song for “High Hopes”.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Going home w/ Top Rock Song AND Top Rock Album tonight 🏆🏆 these are for you, you gorgeous souls 😘

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“It's daunting. It's very overwhelming in the best way, and I'm just so grateful, really. I'm so appreciative," vocalist and songwriter Brendon Urie said during the backstage interview.  “I'm eternally grateful to my fans. There's no reason for me to be here without them. The only reason I get to do this is because they allow me to do this. They continue to love and support and it blows my mind in the best way possible and I am so happy.”

When asked about his experience performing “ME!” live with Taylor Swift, he described how collaborative and incredible it is to work with the pop superstar. “I've been a fan of hers for a long time,” he explained. “The first time that we met, she's so personable…She's such a warm and welcoming person and the fact that she has a passion for the things she's doing just validates it for me that that's why this matters and this is why I feel so good, because I do the same.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Had an awesoME! time w/ @taylorswift kicking off the @bbmas 📸[email protected]

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He also shared how he almost teared up after receiving a very long message from Taylor and that she wanted to collaborate with him on the new project. Find out more in this backstage interview:

Courtesy: Billboard

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