After releasing a collaboration with Taylor Swift last week, Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie is already eyeing his next dream partner: Kacey Musgraves.

In a recent Ask Anything Chat where fans submit questions to artists, Urie was asked who he would like to do a CMT Crossroads episode with. "Oh, dude, the first name that comes to mind is Kacey Musgraves," he replies without skipping a beat. "I'm a huge Kacey Musgraves fan."

Urie further revealed that he's made friends in the country music world over the years.

"We actually went to a ... this is going to be a name drop," Urie jokes, "We went to a Clive Davis party a year back or two, a couple of years ago, and sat at the same table, the same table as Kacey and Maren Morris and the amazingly kind people of Lady Antebellum. But I remember just sitting across from Kacey and me and my wife were just losing it, ya know?"

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Urie says he admires Musgraves' music so much and that he's a "huge fan of her voice, her songwriting style."

"I think that would be really, really fun to do Crossroads with her," he adds.

On April 26, Taylor Swift debuted "Me!," a pop song featuring Urie that's all about feeling great in the skin you're in and making sure everyone knows it, too. The Panic! At the Disco frontman had previously mentioned his deep desire to work with Swift in multiple interviews, so maybe Urie can speak this collaboration into reality, as well.

Urie and Swift will be performing "Me!" at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards on May 1.

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