Los Angeles: Singer Garth Brooks made a surprise appearance at Justin Timberlake's recent show in Nashville.
The crowd at the Bridgestone Arena went into a frenzy when the country superstar was invited to join the former NSYNC member on the stage during the performance of 'Friends in Low Places', reported Ace Showbiz.
Backed by his band, Timberlake first played his guitar as he sang his cover of 52-year-old Brooks' 1990s song solo. In the middle of the performance, he abruptly stopped the music. "Hold on. Something don't feel right. Something don't feel right, Nashville," he told the audience.
"I mean, if you're going to do this... Garth?" he continued, and that's when Brooks walked onto the stage and gave Timberlake a big hug before helping him finish the song while numerous excited concertgoers screamed.