22 Dec 2014 04:35 PM EST
Talk about good friends in great places! During Justin Timberlake's Nashville concert on Friday, the 33-year-old singer was joined by one of country music's biggest stars and one of his biggest idols: Garth Brooks. Brooks surprised fans and concertgoers during the show to help the former 'N Sync star perform Brooks' hit "Friends in Low Places."
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