It was no surprise that Death Of A Bachelor skyrocketed to the No. 1 spot on the iTunes overall chart the day it was released. Our scene has been jumping for joy in celebration of Panic! At The Disco's victorious climb to the top spot on the Billboard's 200 Chart with Death Of A Bachelor, making this their first number one album. We are incredibly stoked about the success of this album, but we aren't the only ones celebrating these golden days. Check out these music industry staples showing support for Panic! At The Disco.
Pete Wentz brought the essential “Congrats On Your #1 Album” cake, and it was epic
— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) January 26, 2016
Talk about besties! Pete Wentz brought Brendon Urie this Death Of A Bachelor cake before his performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. How sweet!
Jordan Buckley of Every Time I Die believes ETID ink could be responsible
Buckley posted this loving photo Jan. 25, shouting out a congrats to Brendon Urie. Pretty sweet ink, Brendon.
The one and only Rivers Cuomo of Weezer is always cheering on his bae
The bromance is strong with these two, and we can't wait to see them on tour together.
All Time Low's Jack Barakat was seen celebrating with Brendon Urie on Snapchat
There's a key to success.
Legendary producer John Feldmann had a few congratulatory words on Twitter
— John Feldmann (@JohnFeldy) January 26, 2016
Feldmann congratulated Panic! At The Disco and Twenty One Pilots on their well-deserved number ones. Keep up the hard work boys!