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The Kickabout with Johnny Vaughan 11am - 1pm
20 September 2017, 10:30 | Updated: 20 September 2017, 18:09
The 80s legend joined the rockers for a performance of his Never Gonna Give You Up anthem during their mammoth three hour set.
Foo Fighters were joined on stage by Rick Astley at The O2, London last night (19 September).
The Learn To Fly rockers played a 27-track set, inviting the British singer to join them towards the end of their night to play a mash-up of Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit and Astley's 1987 anthem, Never Gonna Give You Up.
Dave Grohl asked why the Newton-le-Willows legend was yelling so much, to which Astley shouted: "Because I'm nervous!". Watch it above.
See more of the performance here:
Their three hour performance included hits from across their career, as well as new Concrete and Gold tracks such as The Sky Is A Neighbourhood, La Dee Da, Sunday Rain and Run.
The 80s singer first took to the stage with the rockers at Summer Sonic Festival in Japan, whipping the crowd into a frenzy by screaming "COME ON YOU MOTHERFUCKERS!"
Watch a clip of the moment, courtesy of Benjamin Milne on YouTube:
Meanwhile, Radio X is set to host a very special interview with Chris Moyles, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins.
To celebrate the release of their Concrete and Gold LP, the Foos frontman and drummer have given an intimate and in-depth interview, covering everything from the making of their ninth studio album to what Justin Timberlake and Dave Grohl have in common.
Chris Moyles Meets The Foo Fighters will air next Monday 25 September from 8pm, and you'll be able to watch it on Facebook Live, or right here on our website.
1. I'll Stick Around
2. All My Life
3. Learn to Fly
4. The Sky Is a Neighborhood
5. La Dee Da
6. The Pretender
7. These Days
9. Tie Your Mother Down (by Queen, featuring Dave's band intros)
10. Cold Day in the Sun
13. Dirty Water
14. Make It Right(live debut)
15. My Hero
17. Skin and Bones
18. This Is a Call
20. White Limo
22. Times Like These
23. Sunday Rain
24. Monkey Wrench
25. Never Gonna Give You Up (with Rick Astley)
26. Best of You