Harry Styles treated fans to an unexpected guest at his Coachella concert on Friday: Shania Twain.
His appearance didn’t come until the final minutes of Styles’ set. Twain’s signature “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” chorus began playing as soon as Styles finished performing a classic from his boy band era with One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful.”
Styles, wearing a low-cut jumpsuit embellished with rainbow sequins, looked confused until Twain, 56, appeared, standing up on a platform behind the stage wearing a matching sequin dress and white boots.
“Let’s go girls,” the country pop queen said in a video posted by Coachella.
Styles, 28, jumped for the chorus of “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” and the pair playfully danced on stage to thundering applause.
At the end of the song, the two hugged before sitting down on two stools. “In the car, with my mother as a child, this lady taught me how to sing,” Styles said. “She also told me that men are garbage. To you, for the memories you gave me with my mother, I will be forever grateful,” he said, addressing Twain.
“I’m so honored and thrilled to be here,” Twain said. “I’m a little lost for words. I’m a little starstruck, what can I say?
The pair then performed “You’re Still The One,” a song Twain noted she wrote when Styles was just a “little kid.”
After the exuberant duet, Twain took to Twitter to salute the performance of his co-star. “I mean come on… HARRY STYLES,” she wrote.
Styles also performed her record-breaking new single “As It Was” during her performance.
Styles’ set began at 11:35 a.m. Friday, according to the Coachella schedule. Other star-studded weekend headliners include Billie Eilish, Arcade Fire, Carly Rae Jepsen and The Weeknd.