Pink joins Guns N’ Roses for a little “Patience”


In a surprise move, a recent Guns ‘N’ Roses concert featured an unexpected special guest. Pink was brought out on stage to sing alongside Axl Rose recently, and fans went wild.

Though it was just a short appearance, the moment was unforgettable.

Pink joins Axl Rose onstage to perform GNR classic

Toward the end of Guns N’ Roses’ performance of “Patience” the other night at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, lead singer, Axl Rose, made an announcement. “We’re gonna try something,” he said. “We’re gonna bring a friend of ours out here–we didn’t even try this, we’re just gonna do this off the cuff.” As he sang “Just a little patience,” Pink walked out on to the stage. Her interaction with Rose added to the moment. Neither singer could stop smiling, and the crowd’s response was enthusiastic to say the least.

At the end, Pink hugged Rose, got into the groove and she sang the faster part at the end. “I’ve been walking the streets at night/ Just trying to get it right.” You could tell Pink had a blast. She laughed as Rose held the final note of the tune and they hugged. “Right off the cuff,” Rose said with a big smile.

Later that night, the band tweeted their appreciation of Pink joining them. She then responded, “Oh. Yeah. Whatever. No problem,” followed by a string of worried/nervous emojis. Done in true Guns N’ Roses’ fan fashion!


Guns N’ Roses kicked off a new North American section of their “Not in This Lifetime” tour recently, which includes two more nights at Madison Square Garden. The band’s concert in New York City lasted a little over three hours and, in addition to songs on the band’s discography, the concert included covers of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” and their recently added take on Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman.” The band will be on the road around the U.S. through late November.


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