Ariana Grande performs surprise duet with Barbra Streisand


During a recent Chicago tour stop, she brought out a very special surprise guest, pop star Ariana Grande, to help her belt a disco classic.

Barbra Streisand and Ariana Grande perform "No More Tears (Enough is Enough)', the 1979 hit song recorded as a duet by Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer from the album 'Wet" at United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

Streisand teased the duet-to-come on Monday, posting a photo of her and Grande's just manicured fingernails. The ladies rocked matching black outfits for the concert, with Barbra in a flowing dress and Ariana looking sleek in dress trousers and a blazer.

She wrote: "Secret's out".

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Streisand even posted a backstage photo of the two together getting ready for the show, thanking Grande for joining her and adding, "Secret's out".

Streisand and Grande gave fans a "peek" at their rehersal session.

"My love life is boring me to tears", the legendary singer, 77, crooned as Grande, 26, appeared from the back of the stage - eliciting a massive roar applause from the crowd. She wrote, "cherishing this moment forever".

Streisand shared a picture of her hands reaching out to Grande's hand, which is full of her trademark tattoos. "Made a new friend", Streisand captioned the Instagram picture.