Pink Joins Guns N’ Roses For “Patience” At Madison Square Garden

Mike Wass | October 12, 2017 5:15 pm
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Guns N’ Roses kicked off the first of three sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden by bringing out a very special guest. Pink joined the iconic rockers for a typically grandiose rendition of 1989 hit “Patience.” A hardcore fan of the band (she even recorded a collaboration with T.I. called “Guns And Roses”), the hitmaker sounded right at home harmonizing with Axl Rose while the Slash & Co. strummed along. Like most of GNR’s early oeuvre, the song still sounds fresh today and might be a nice addition to the setlist of Pink’s upcoming tour.

It has been an interesting week for the pop star. She got into a little hot water on Twitter for respectfully asking Donald Trump to do a better job (the 38-year-old later had to clarify that she didn’t vote him), opened up about her duet with Eminem and shared the stage with her idols. Pink’s 7th LP, Beautiful Trauma, drops tonight and is expected to debut at number one on the Billboard 200. See her rock star moment below.

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