The Backstreet Boys had a special surprise guest for fans at a recent concert in Toronto. 

Before their encore to end their show at Budweiser Stage on Saturday, July 2, the iconic group were joined by none other than Toronto native Drake to perform their 1999 hit “I Want It That Way.”

Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson were decked out in the coordinating all-white stage outfits, while the rapper wore a black graphic tee and a pair of lightwash jeans to rock out on stage

Throughout the performance, which was shared on the band’s Twitter, Drake danced and sang along to the hit song, holding out his microphone toward the crowd to encourage them to sing along. Mid-performance, Dorough even began to freestyle and sing part of Drake’s 2013 hit “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” which appeared to impress the rapper.

“I like that!” Drake could be heard saying, a smile on his face.

At the very end of the song, the “In My Feelings” singer had his solo moment to conclude the song, singing the final line, “‘Cause I want it that way” before embracing Carter, McLean, and Littrell on stage. The six performers then joined hands and gave a final bow for the fans.

“What’s better than I Want It That Way?” the post on Twitter read. “I Want It That Way…. f/ @Drake.”

On his own Instagram, Drake shared a clip of his solo moment, captioning the post, “When she says she’s over men in this generation and asks why I live alone…”

Drake and the Backstreet Boys shared additional clips of the surprise appearance on their Instagram Stories, including a shot of the six performers on stage shared by the rapper. To caption the post, the four

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