In case you missed it (which is pretty much impossible), My Chemical Romance are getting back together for an already sold out one-off show. However, it’s the reactions from the fans that we’ve been obsessed with the most.
To keep you up to speed, yesterday, the band announced a reunion show at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California on Friday, December 20th. Tickets officially went on sale on November 1st and sold out in lightning speeds. This reunion show marks the first show the band have performed together since 2012.
My Chemical Romance abruptly called it quits in 2012. “My Chemical Romance is done,” Gerard Way shared in a closing note. “But it can never die. It is alive in me, in the guys, and it is alive inside all of you. I always knew that, and I think you did too. Because it is not a band – it is an idea.”
To celebrate the return of all of our emo phases, here are our favourite memes, masterpieces and My Chemical memories that we’ve found from Instagram and Twitter.
Who needs the McRib, when there is only one MCR that matters in this world.
Get out the black face paint and lipstick girls we’re going to the black parade once more.
Is it cool to be emo again? Who cares we’re doing it anyway.
Even Wikipedia is celebrating the official reunion. Brings a tear to our eyes.
They didn’t post mine cause it was a video it would’ve made the list I swear pic.twitter.com/sGAqQttIa4
— 🪐♪𝔞𝔢 🪐 (@jada_toro) November 1, 2019
Don’t worry @jada_toro, we’ve got you covered.
now that my chemical romance is having a reunion we can finally go back to this😌 pic.twitter.com/vfq42CkhJi
— 🅱️en (@BenNoHoes) November 1, 2019
— Kalinaw ✨💫| MY CHEMICAL FUCKING ROMANCE (@1ganiiii) November 1, 2019
All the emotions returning… it’s a lot to handle. It was called an emo “phase” for a reason, but I guess it’s time for Part Deux of our emotional days.
— Madi May (@themadimay_) November 1, 2019
I will not stop speaking about this until my friends are converted and have seen the light.
What’s a my chemical romance and where can I find one?
— Josh Franceschi (@joshmeatsix) November 1, 2019
We’re all just looking for our own chemical romance out here.