Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco has finished his run on the Broadway musical Kinky Boots. He is also auctioning off a signed guitar on eBay to raise money for Kinky Boots co-star Eric L. Summers who is battling cancer:
All proceeds will go directly to Eric L. Summers (our fellow Kinky Boots cast member who is battling cancer) to help him pay his medical bills. If you live in New York, you can pick it up directly from the Al Hirschfeld Theater and save on shipping!
Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco will no longer be coming to the stage door after Kinky Boots performances after being mobbed by fans who, apparently, think it’s cool to scream in his face.
Brendon Urie talked to People Magazine:
When I told them I wasn’t going to college or on a Mormon mission, that I don’t believe in God and I was pursuing music, they were like, “You’ve gotta move out.” They cooled off, and when we made our first Panic! at the Disco album, I got a care package from my family with this beautiful letter: “No matter what, we will always love you.”
The Billboard on Broadway podcast had Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco, and his Kinky Boots co-star J Harrison Ghee, on a recent episode.
Brendon Urie joined The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about his Broadway role in Kinky Boots and perform with The Roots.