GALLERY: Brendon Urie through the years, from cute kid to suitted stud - GALLERIES - Alternative Press




GALLERY: Brendon Urie through the years, from cute kid to suitted stud

August 20 2017, 3:00 PM EDT whitneypaxton Photographer:

  • Brendon Urie through the years
  • He's always been a cutie, right? [Photo: Pinterest/lyssaalovee02]
  • Just look at that face. [Photo: Tumblr/WeHeartIt]
  • Sophomore year (we all remember what those braces years were like...) [Photo: Tumblr]
  • Senior year [Photo: Tumblr/restless-heart-syndrome]
  • Emo at its finest [Photo: Tumblr/prettodd]
  • Panic! At The Disco, 2006 [Photo: P!ATD]
  • What a photo shoot [Photo: Instagram/CrispyBrendon]
  • The hat [Photo: Pinterest/Jon-Walker]
  • Those glasses [Photo: Tumblr/mollovespandas]
  • The swoop [Photo: Pinterest/Jon-Walker]
  • "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," 2006 [Photo: P!ATD/YouTube]
  • The hop [Photo: Pinterest/WeHeartIt]
  • The baby [Photo: Pinterest/lyssaalovee02]
  • The tiny piano, 2011 [Photo: Instagram/Early.Sunsets.Over.BatteryCity]
  • "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa," 2011 [Photo: P!ATD/YouTube]
  • His studio [Photo: Brendon Urie/Instagram]
  • The suit, 2013 [Photo: P!ATD]
  • 'Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!,' 2013 [Photo: P!ATD]
  • "Drunken History": 2014 [Photo: Fall Out Boy/YouTube]
  • The class, 2014 [Photo: P!ATD]
  • The facial hair, 2014 [Photo: Brendon Urie/Instagram]
  • The red suit, 2015 [Photo: P!ATD]
  • The face, 2016 [Photo: Brendon Urie/Instagram]
  • And here we are: 'Kinky Boots,' 2017 [Photo: YouTube]

Admit it: We all love digging up those really old, embarassing pictures from our childhoods—the ones that, no matter how many times we've burned, seem to keep coming back. Everyone enjoys a good transformation story, and Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie might be the greatest transformation story yet. From his baby days and awkard high school years to the beginnings of P!ATD and his debut in Kinky Boots, check out Urie's glow up!

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