"It is a different situation, because what happened to us was, we walked up, and were gonna grab the mic, and he just came up — Sixx was his name, I still remember his name — and he just came up, grabbed the microphone and plugged his stuff, and he wasn't rude to us at all. He was just like, 'Hey, give it up for these guys, they're dong a great job. Also, check out my Web site.' He just plugged his stuff. So it was totally a different situation, than, getting bashed for your video, saying somebody else should win. But, hey, at least Kanye apologized."
-Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie, sympathizing with Taylor Swift as the victim of a Video Music Awards stage-crashing. His band won Video of the Year the last time the VMAs were at Radio City Music Hall (that was in 2006 for their clip for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"), and their acceptance speech was interrupted by a filmmaker named Sixx who plugged his Web site and then quickly made his exit. "I feel for her," said Urie about Swift. "I think everybody did. That kind of sucks." As far as anybody can tell, Sixx never formally apologized to the members of Panic! at the Disco, but Kanye had said he's sorry a total of four times so far.