During the Maroon 5 show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Monday, legendary singer Stevie Nicks joined the band's frontman and "The Voice" coach Adam Levine on stage to perform a duet of Nick's 1981 single "Leather and Lace."
Before the performance at the Hollywood Bowl, which can be seen below, Levine said, "This is one of those moments where you don't actually realize what you're doing until you do it."
He added before introducing Nicks on stage, "What I'd like to do is sing this next song with one of my favorite artists of all-time, and I'm sure one of yours too, God do I love this woman."
The single was featured on Nicks' album "Bella Donna," where she performed it with Don Henly of the Eagles.
Last month Nicks sang "Landslide" on "The Voice" with Levine's contestant Javier Colon, a performance that left Levine with tears in his eyes. Colon went on to win the first season of the show.
"Stevie's one of my heroes, and now you're one of my heroes because you just sang with her," Levine told Colon after the performance.
Nicks is set to perform on "America's Got Talent" Wednesday night and will be joined on stage by Fighting Gravity, a finalist from last season, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Check out Nicks and Levine's performance of "Leather and Lace" and OnTheRedCarpet.com co-host Rachel Smith interviewing Nicks at June at the finale of "The Voice" below.