Watch Justin Timberlake and Garth Brooks Perform "Friends in Low Places"

The two singers sang the famous third verse of the popular song
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Justin Timberlake surprised his screaming fans in Nashville when he brought Garth Brooks out to join him onstage Friday.

He started out by singing a cover of Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" before he stopped himself and said, "Hold on now. Something don't feel right. Something don't feel right, Nashville." As the crowd began cheering wildly, Timberlake added, "I mean, if you're going to do this — Garth?"

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Brooks was full of energy as he appeared onstage, and the two performed the duet looking like they were having a blast. The country music legend even posted a video on Instagram of him and Timberlake singing, and the two treated fans to the special third verse of the song that Brooks often performs live at his concerts.

Watch the full performance plus the Instagram video below:

 

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A video posted by Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) on

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