Watch: P!nk joins Guns N' Roses on stage to sing their 1989 classic 'Patience'

The pop star P!nk seemed to be in awe when she was called on stage at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (Oct. 11) to help Guns ‘N Roses sing their 1989 cut “Patience.” 

Dressed in a fuschia colored leather jacket, P!nk -- who’s dropping her new album Beautiful Trama on Friday, Oct. 13 -- clutched her chest when lead singer Axl Rose announced her. She then bowed in front of him, composed herself and sung the third verse with her signature bluesy delivery.  

After the show, the band thanked P!nk for joining them on stage, which she responded to a couple of hours later. “Oh. Yeah. Whatever. No problem,” she jokingly tweeted.

There’s no telling if Guns ‘N Roses will invite any other celebrity guests on stage when they continue their Not In This Lifetime Tour with original members Duff McKagan on bass, Slash on guitar and Axl on lead vocals.

It’s been about a year and a half since the legendary band held their first big reunion show at the club Troubadour in Hollywood, followed by a gig in Las Vegas, then Coachella. The band launched the second leg of the “Not In This Lifetime Tour” on July 27 of this year, which continues on Thursday (Oct. 12) at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.

On November 17, Guns ‘N Roses will be taking the tour to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, then they’ll head to the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Nov. 24 and will also play at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. On Nov. 28. You can get tickets to all of those dates here.

Watch P!nk join GNR for their song “Patience” in the fan-shot video above.