Urie performed popular hit “High Hopes” (literally at a sky high level) at the awards ceremony that took place in Bilbao, Spain. Obviously needing to make a big entry, he repelled down from the ceiling, flying through the air. It was a pretty awesome moment—see for yourself below:
— panic! at the disco (@beeboschildren) November 4, 2018
Plus, Panic won the Best Alternative award so things really couldn’t get any better for the band tonight!
— MTV EMA (@mtvema) November 4, 2018
Check out Brendon’s acceptance speech below!
Congrats to Brendon Urie and Panic! At The Disco on your award!
What did you think of Panic’s sky high performance? Sound off in the comments!