Maybe Brendon Urie just gets bored of performing on the ground.
The Panic! at the Disco frontman regularly sang and played piano while suspended in midair on the band's recent arena tour, and at the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 20, his unique performance was similarly stratospheric. For the jubilant, horn-heavy "High Hopes" -- Panic's latest single -- Urie sang while "flying" over the Radio City Music Hall audience, supported by a platform invisible to home viewers.
He reached the ground by the middle of the song, and proceeded to gallivant through the New York City crowd, stopping to say whuddup to a few random audience members before finally joining his band onstage. Once there, backed by a full-sized rock and roll orchestra, Urie belted the song's final chorus, his high notes hitting dizzying heights.