Garth Brooks' return to the concert trail doesn't mean he's just playing his own shows. The country superstar made a surprise appearance at Justin Timberlake's show in Nashville over the weekend. A clip of him joining the pop superstar on a rendition of Garth's classic "Friends in Low Places" has made it to YouTube




Last one... Just two boys admiring a sold-out crowd in Nashville. @GarthBrooks

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As Justin sang the song, the crowd was singing along loud and strong from the moment he started. But after completing the first chorus Timberlake stopped, saying "something don't feel right." Then -- SURPRISE! -- he brought out Garth, who received a thunderous roar of cheers and applause. Garth and Justin ended the song, which went on for more than ten minutes, sharing bows of respect and hugs with one another. 

Watch Garth join Justin on stage during his Nashville concert below:

Check out the surprise appearance from Garth's point of view via his Instagram:

I saw an ENTERTAINER tonight! @justintimberlake #Justinrcredible

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Timberlake has been showing his love for Brooks in recent weeks. A day after seeing Garth perform earlier this month in St. Louis, Timberlake performed "Friends in Low Places" at his show the following night.

One of my IDOLS. Garth... You are a MASTER of your craft. I am in awe of you, still.

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