Written by Carmen Mueller
As if we could possibly love Brendon Urie anymore, he keeps giving us reasons to adore him. The Kinky Boots star has just released Panic! At The Disco’s album Pray for the Wicked and he’s not showing any signs of slowing down.
Brendon Urie has launched “Highest Hopes Foundation”, a human rights campaign that will support communities that fall victim to discrimination due to “gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity”. $1 from every concert ticket sold for the US leg of the tour will go towards the foundation. So, if you live in the United States and plan on seeing Panic! play, you will also be supporting a tremendous cause.