Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie has been turned into a Funko Pop
29 August 2019, 11:43 | Updated: 29 August 2019, 12:08
You’ll soon be able to buy the Panic! At The Disco frontman in figurine form.
Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie has been honoured with his own Funko Pop.
Brendon will join the ranks of a range of other musicians previously honoured with their own novelty figure, including Justin Bieber, Amy Winehouse, My Chemical Romance, Post Malone and more.
The news was announced in a live stream by Hot Topic yesterday, where we also got a first preview of what the figure looks like.
Featuring Brendon wearing a head to toe all-black look, holding a microphone and even featuring the little scar he has on one of his eyebrows, they’ve got the detail pretty on point here.
There’s no official release date for Brendon’s Funko Pop set yet, but it’s a Hot Topic exclusive in the US, so you’ll have to keep an eye out.
It’s not the only good thing to happen for Panic recently - this week Brendon was awarded the Best Rock Video category at the VMAs for the band’s ‘High Hopes’ video.
Panic! At The Disco beat Twenty One Pilots' 'My Blood', The 1975's 'Love It If We Made It', Fall Out Boy's 'Bishops Knife Trick', Imagine Dragons' 'Natural' and, rock royalty, Lenny Kravitz' 'Low' video. And yet, in spite of the tough competition, Brendon and the rest of the group came out on top and took home the prize. 'High Hopes' has over 355 million views on YouTube.