Urie and Lauper also weighed in on the importance of steam to help ease their vocal cords (if any aspiring singers needed to know that information). Brendon stars as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, where Lauper provides the music and lyrics. Don't forget his Broadway run is from May 26 through August 6 at New York City's Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

When he's not on the stage, the singer is prepping new music with Panic! at the Disco. He hinted at what's to come on their forthcoming sixth album in an interview with PopBuzz:

"So I've got probably ten more demos that I've just been hanging on to. Nothing full again, probably just minute and a half ideas. But exciting stuff, stuff I didn't expect to have written. So it's really just bizarre...yeah I guess bizarre is probably the best way to describe it. It's kind of out there...It's more like broken down in terms of production. It's more relying on vocal, where the vocals as a background will build a chord and carry a song instead of a lot of instruments carrying. That's the best way.'"

Next, watch Dillon Francis hint at working with Brendon Urie again during our chat at Firefly 2017: