Fans who attended Justin Timberlake’s concert in Nashville on Friday night enjoyed JT’s music and a special guest!
Timberlake was performing at the Bridgestone Arena in Music City, when he broke out his acoustic guitar for Garth Brooks’ classic song “Friends in Low Places”.
Justin stopped halfway through the song and told the crowd, “Hold on, now something don’t feel right, something don’t feel right, Nashville.”
Timberlake said, “I mean, this is the country music capital of the world, right? I mean, if you’re going to do this…”
Garth Brooks then stepped out on stage as fans screamed, before he picked up the second verse.
He also led the crowd in a singalong of the song’s “lost” verse, which was not featured on the recording, but that he he sings at his live shows.
“I saw an ENTERTAINER tonight! @justintimberlake #Justinrcredible,” Brooks, 52, captioned a video of the performance on Instagram.
Justin, who was born in Memphis, Tennessee, was just as honored to share the stage with Brooks.
“Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. So… Yes. This happened,” Timberlake, 33, reposted the same video to his Instagram.
That’s awesome. We love us some JT and some Garth!
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