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Lil Wayne’s surprise performance with Good Charlotte wasn’t on fans’ 2023 bingo card

Lil Wayne’s surprise appearance on When We Were Young and the supporting act with Good Charlotte was the last thing on the concertgoers’ minds, but they enjoyed the joint performance nevertheless!

The music festival in Las Vegas was headlined by a number of notable performances such as Blink-182, Green Day, 5 Seconds of Summer, and more. However, what caught the fans’ attention the most was Lil Wayne‘s set with Good Charlotte, which is hailed as “epic”.

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Lil Wayne joins Good Charlotte for a surprise performance

The weekend music festival took place on October 21 and 22 and brought in some of the most existing lineup of performances. But, Lil Wayne’s set with the rock band was least expected.

The video on TikTok shows the rapper taking to the stage with his iconic number, A Milli, playing in the background and then he joins Good Charlotte to help them with Lifestyles Of The Rich & Famous.

Even though When We Were Young concluded a day ago, clips showing the rapper and the rock band together on stage are getting a lot of traction and fans think watching them share the spotlight wasn’t on their 2023 bingo card.

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A significant number of fans have noted, that Lil Wayne and Good Charlotte’s collaboration is the one they never knew they needed.

“Ya’ll got to stop. This is the most iconic performance ever,” said one.

Another said: “I was just about to leave to before they brought him on. I am glad I stayed.”

“The collab we didn’t know we needed,” a third one wrote.

One fan said: “Definitely wasn’t expecting to see Lil Wayne there, my first festival ever and I loved it”

Green Day debuts new song at When We Were Young

As well plans for a 2024 tour, Green Day also debuted their new song Look Me, No Brains, which is rumored to be the B-side to their new LP, The American Dream is Killing Me.

The exciting announcement came during the band’s second show at the weekend festival and according to NME, the band maintained “traditional fast, angsty, pop-punk roots, but also has a chirpy, upbeat feel throughout” while playing the new song.

The American band also performed several fan favorites including Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Wake Me Up When September Ends, and Basket Case.

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