Coldplay surprised the audience at Audacy's 8th Annual We Can Survive charity concert with an unexpected collaboration.
The band's frontman Chris Martin, 44, brought Melanie C, 47, out on stage at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday evening, where they delighted with the Spice Girls' classic 2 Become 1.
Detailing how the collaboration came to be via Instagram, the former DWTS hopeful shared that Chris asked if she would crash their set with a surprise FaceTime that very morning.
Surprise! The British born musicians teamed up to perform the Spice Girls classic 2 Become 1 at Audacy's 8th Annual We Can Survive charity concert held at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday evening
Coldplay was tapped to perform alongside the likes of Saweetie, Shawn Mendes, The Kid Laroi, Maroon 5, Doja Cat, Black Eyed Peas and Young In A Million.
After performing some of their classic hits Chris addressed the crowd, conveying that it had been a 'dream' of 24 years to 'play a song with a Spice Girl.'
'Now I'm gonna try one experiment, I know you're quite tired, I know some of you are tipsy, I know some of you are asleep but we were thinking about what we could do to make this show extra special in 40 minutes,' Martin said.
Lifelong dream: After performing some of their classic