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Yesterday, Queen guitarist Brian May gave major props to Panic! At the Disco for their performance at the 2018 American Music Awards.

As one of Panic!’s major influences, it is safe to say that Brendon Urie is probably geeking out a tiny bit.

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A few months back at the AMAs in Sydney, the band covered Queen’s powerhouse track, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” With the Queen biopic fresh in the news, the song choice made perfect sense.

However, it wasn’t until Friday evening that May expressed his love for the cover.

“Nice job, guys,” May says in an Instagram post. “Big Big thanks ! Panic at the Disco performing live and dangerous at the American Music Awards.”

 

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Nice job, guys ! Big Big thanks ! Panic at the Disco performing live and dangerous at the American Music Awards. #panicatthedisco Bri

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To make the occasion even more wholesome, fans are tweeting their thoughts about the fulfilling interaction.

You can watch Panic! At The Disco’s incredible performance at the AMAs for yourself below.

Previously, Panic! released a studio version of “Bohemian Rhapsody” for the Suicide Squad soundtrack. Listen to the recorded song here.

Additionally, the band played the song at the 2015 APMAs.

What do you think Brendon Urie is thinking right now? Let us know in the comments below.

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