Panic at the Disco’s Brendon Urie Asks Fans to Stop Kissing Him During Shows [VIDEO]

Give him space!

Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie is asking fans to stop kissing him during the so-called “Death Walk” part of the band’s show.

The “Death Walk” occurs when Panic! plays the song “Death of a Bachelor,” and Urie jumps off stage to hug, high-five, or otherwise greet members of the audience. In a recent Twitch stream, captured and posted to Twitter, Urie explained that during one such “Death Walk,” he went in for a hug when a girl kissed him on the neck.

“It was, uh, yikes, dude,” Urie said. “The neck kiss is so intimate, too… it’s just like an extra ‘F*** you!’ to me.”

“Please stop kissing me on the ‘Death Walk,'” he added.

Urie and Panic! are currently touring the U.S. behind their new album, Pray for the Wicked.


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