Guns N’ Roses brought in country pop superstar Carrie Underwood to join them in singing two songs during the first of their two shows at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The 2005 American Idol winner joined the rockstar icons on their 22-song set on Friday to sing on Sweet Child O’ Mine. During the encore, they closed the show with Paradise City.
It seems the band asked the country star for some sort of favor — Axel Rose made a guest appearance on the 39-year-old set at this year’s Stagecoach Festival in May, where the frontman joined her to play those same two songs.
At the time, the Before He Cheats lead singer described the onstage collaboration as the “Best. Night. From. Mine. To live!!!’ and thanked the rock frontman for making this a ‘lifetime dream come true!!!’
The rock song deviates from Carrie’s usual pop-country sound, but her powerful vocals mean it was an easy transition for one night.
And judging by the fan-captured video below, fans were sold.
Both songs were highlights of a set that didn’t exactly go smoothly, as the show was not without technical difficulties.
Seven songs on their set during their performance of Estranged, the show was briefly interrupted due to sound problems.
Concertgoers also allegedly queued for hours before they were allowed into the stadium, while Guns N Roses got on stage so late that their set was shortened, according to a fan.
Guns N’ Roses is currently on a UK/European tour until mid-July. Later this year they will be playing shows in South America, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Carrie is also getting ready to hit the road. She is preparing for her Denim and Rhinestones US tour to promote her recently released album of the same name.
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