February isn't even over yet and 2016 might already be considered the biggest year in Panic! at the Disco's career. No only did their (or we should say, his, as the band is largely just frontman Brendon Urie now) LP Death of a Bachelor debut at No. 1, the first time that's happened in the group's career, Panic! have just been all-around dominating. Death of a Bacehlor is probably their most interesting release to date, and the band is totally enjoying it.

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live's mashup Monday segment, Panic! took this newfound success to the next level. The Las Vegas pop-punk icons performed the 1999 classic "Thong Song" alongside its creator, Sisqo. And lo, Panic! at the Sisqo is born.

Watch it above, then start a petition demanding Urie and Sisqo collaborate in the future. Send it to us so we can sign it. Thank you in advance.

Or, you know, you could take this quiz: How Well Do You Know Panic! at the Disco?