Carrie Underwood joined the ranks of Lady Gaga, Dave Grohl, and Katy Perry this weekend when she joined the Rolling Stones for a performance.
The 30-year-old singer is the latest artist to appear as a special guest on the Rolling Stones' tour. Underwood joined the veteran rockers for a performance of the band's '70s hit, "It's Only Rock n' Roll (But I Like It)."
The "American Idol" alum, who joined the Stones for their show at Toronto's Air Canada Centre, follows in the footsteps of performers such as Gwen Stefani, Eric Clapton, and Bruce Springsteen, all of whom have made guest appearances during the Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting Tour.
Underwood took to Twitter to voice her excitement about the show.