No one can ever say that Panic! at the Disco singer Brendon Urie isn’t hardcore.
During a concert on Sunday night in Pompano Beach, Florida, Urie came down hard in the midst of a typically manic performance and managed to break his ankle.
While still onstage, he removed his boot and sock to assess the damage; a giant carbuncle had already formed. “What does this mean?” he asked the crowd between songs. “There’s like a softball in my foot.”
Luckily, fans caught the whole thing on tape, which you can check out the slightly gruesome video below:
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As you can see in the video, Urie doesn’t seem especially thrown off by the injury; he finished the show on one leg. And the band didn’t even miss a show; they played a scheduled date in Jacksonville, Florida on Monday night, with Urie’s foot in a cast.
Panic! at the Disco will be on the road in the U.S. supporting their latest album Vices & Virtues through the end of June.