Panic At The Disco Super Fan Halsey Performs 'Sins' With the Band: Watch

By Katrina Nattress

November 18, 2018

Halsey is not shy about her Panic! At The Disco fandom, and that love was on full display during the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City over the weekend. 

While the alt rockers performed their seminal hit "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," the pop star ran onstage to help her "hero" Brendon Urie sing. 

"wow @coronacapital love u @brendonurie ur my hero for ever," the "Without Me" singer captioned a photo gallery from the performance on Instagram. Though she didn't personally share any video footage, plenty of fans caught the magical experience on their phones. Check out her post, along with video clips, below.

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OMG! I can’t believe this is the second time this has happened. Girl killed it. If this gets onto YouTube it’s going into my playlist of my faves performing together or covering each other. It’s so cool Halsey started out as a fangirl like me and is now able to be friends with and perform with Brendon. Goals. That’s like my dream. Maybe even doing it with her. This was the best thing to happen at the current last Panic! show of the year. Boy am I gonna miss them. Going to the #prayforthewickedtour was so much fun and I wish I could do it again. Shoutout to @brittathedisco and @88_ri . Seeing all the footage from all the shows you went to was amazing. Anyway, I’ll stop rambling cuz you just read a book. This was so cool! . . . #halsey #panicatthedisco #iwritesinsnottragedies #iwritesins #afeveryoucantsweatout #coronacapital #mexico #collab #room93 #hfk #prayforthewicked #faves #video #music #musicfestival #hopelessfountainkingdom #badlands #highhopes #panic #show #concert

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During a recent interview with NME, Halsey detailed how she was bullied in high school for her love of emo bands, and P!ATD in particular.

“I remember having this wristband from the pit [at one of the shows], and Brendon Urie being on the edge of the stage and acknowledging me…so I wore that wristband every day," she recalled. "I even covered it with plastic when I showered so it wouldn’t fall off.”

An altercation with a bully resulted in the wristband being torn off her wrist, but as her fame grew the 24-year-old eventually met Urie and told him what had happened, and he gifted her a replacement.

Photo: Getty Images

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