Brendon Urie Takes Home Top Rock Song For High Hopes At BBMAs


The comeback that is Brendon Urie is a glorious one. Ever since his band Panic! At The Disco released their latest album Pray For The Wicked, he's been everywhere from features, most recently Taylor Swift's new 'Me!', to awards and tours alike. Last night at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards all the hard work paid off as he was given the Top Rock Song award for the album's first single 'High Hopes'. During his speech he goes on to say he wasn't prepared for it because he didn't think he'd win however he had a pretty adorable moment when he shouted out his parents in the crowd and said "look ma! I made it!" See the full clip below.


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