Panic! At The Disco has won their fair share of awards during their career, but Wednesday night’s double victory at the Billboard Music Awards seems to have really meant a lot.

The band took home the statue for Top Rock Song, then later returning to claim Top Rock Album.

During his acceptance speech for the single “High Hopes,” Brendon Urie admitted he had nothing prepared so he’d just roll with it.

“Shoutout to my mom and dad who are standing right over there. What’s up guys? I have to do it — ‘look ma, I made it,'” the frontman joked, which just happens to be the title of the song they just wrapped performing earlier in the broadcast.

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