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Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie Breaks Ankle During Show
Oh, the perils of being a rock star: Brendon Urie, frontman of Panic! At The Disco, reportedly broke his ankle Sunday night (May 29), when he attempted to climb back onstage after mingling with the crowd at the band's concert in Pompano Beach, Fla.
The mishap didn't stop Urie. After taking off his boot and showing the crowd his injury -- "There's like a softball in my ankle," he joked -- Urie shook it off and grabbed his guitar as the band broke into its next song. Later in the show, a one-footed Urie hopped around with an ice pack wrapped around his injured ankle.
Urle's posted a photo of his bandaged leg on Twitter after the concert, but it seems like the singer is still in high spirits. "Thank you to everyone who sang with us tonight at the show! Here's how it ended for me," he wrote.
Check out a video below of Urie revealing his injured ankle to the crowd -- at your own risk, of course, as it's mildly graphic.