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3 October 2016, 11:08
This is both a sin and a tragedy.
Panic! fans went appropriately crazy last week as a UK TV show made the ultimate music mistake - confusing Brendon and Brandon.
As The Daily Mail reports, Good Morning Britain included a report on the new Robbie Williams album and the songwriters included on it like Ed Sheeran and The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers.
But wait...that's not Brandon!
Yep, the team confused Brendon with Brandon. Not cool bro...
Maybe the reporter was just confused by Brendon and Robbie's musical bromance that's been brewing over the last few months. Robbie told us recently about how "Death Of A Bachelor" had influenced his new album.
Sadly there's no collaboration on the final record though.
And Panic! fans were, of course, quick to point out the mistake.
awks when #gmb are meant to show a pic of brandon flowers but put up a picture of brendon urie instead and no one bats an eye i'm triggered— poppy (@bourneintheam) September 26, 2016
@GMB your entertainment bit about Robbie Williams, the picture you put up was Brendon Urie, not Brandon Flowers too early to be confused!— Sam (@sam_muss94) September 26, 2016
Hey @GMB your picture of Brandon Flowers from the killers... Was actually a picture of Brendon Urie from P!ATD.... Good grief.— Kayleigh Bale (@Kazza_Budgie) September 26, 2016
Ouch. Sometimes, one letter really does make all the difference.