Over the past few months, singers such as Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga have joined legendary rock band the Rolling Stones on stage and over Memorial Day Weekend 2013, it was Carrie Underwood's turn.
The 30-year-old country star, wearing a black T-shirt with an American flag-themed Rolling Stones lips logo (it retails for $40 - get it here), sang the group's 1974 song "It's Only Rock n' Roll (But I Like It)" with Mick Jagger at their concert at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Saturday, May 25. (Watch a fan-made video below.)
"I just sang with the @RollingStones! Holy cow! I walked off stage and said, 'What just happened?!' Still can't believe it! :)," Underwood said on Twitter.
"8 years ago today, I won @AmericanIdol and tonight, I sang with the @RollingStones! Wow, so much has happened! #Thankful," added the singer, who rose to fame after winning season 4 of the FOX singing competition series.
The Rolling Stones began their 50 & Counting Tour, celebrating the group's 50th anniversary, in November 2012. After a four-month break in early 2013, the band resumed performances in April.
Throughout the tour, the Rolling Stones have featured several guest singers, Stefani, Lady Gaga, Mary J. Blige, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, Keith Urban, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters, John Mayer and Perry, who sang "Beast of Burden" with Jagger at a Las Vegas concert on May 11.
Watch a fan-made video of Carrie Underwood performing with the Rollings Stones and check out photos of her with the band members at the concert below.