What is it with Brazil and high-profile pairings? First we had Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell joining Pearl Jam on stage for a song, and now we’ve seen Oasis’ Liam Gallagher surprising The Killers by crashing the stage near the end of their set.

If you’re in the habit of following international festivals to raise your jealousy levels, then you’d be aware that the Brazillian edition of Lollapalooza has just wrapped up, with The Killers performing as the last artists of the fest.

However, as NME reports, the group’s performance was crashed by none other than Oasis’ Liam Gallagher, who had performed the penultimate show on the very same Budweiser Stage Sunday night.

During The Killers’ rendition of ‘All These Things That I’ve Done’, a cheeky Liam Gallagher snuck up behind frontman Brandon Flowers, surprising the singer who genuinely seemed shocked by his new stagemate. “Fucking Liam Gallagher!”, Flowers exclaimed before giving the Oasis singer a hug and sending him on his way.

While Flowers did indeed seem shocked by Gallagher’s appearance, the subsequent impromptu cover of Oasis’ ‘Gas Panic!’ did seem a little bit too perfect for it to have been spontaneous. Maybe Gallagher knew about the cover in advance and wanted to deliver his blessing? Hard to say, so we’ll just believe this was a nice moment of musical camaraderie.

The Killers are sticking around South America right now, but will soon head over to Mexico for a series of shows before they start making their way down to our neck of the woods in a couple of weeks. With Liam Gallagher having toured the country earlier this year, don’t expect a stage invasion of his calibre, but who knows, maybe they can convince Jack Riewoldt to make another appearance?

Check out Liam Gallagher joining The Killers onstage in Brazil:

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The Killers Australian Tour 2018

Friday, April 27th
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday, April 28th
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW

Tuesday, May 1st
Perth Arena, Perth, WA

Friday, May 4th
Hisense Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, May 5th
Hisense Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Sunday, May 6th
Hisense Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Tuesday, May 8th
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA

Tickets on sale from Frontier Touring

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