Hayley Williams, Kacey Musgraves
[Photos via: Kacey Musgraves/Spotify]
UPDATE: FEB. 28, 3:20 P.M. EST

Hayley Williams recently used the term “yeemo” when sharing photos from her and Kacey Musgrave’s performance of “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” last evening. One of the photos appears to have been taken before the concert during soundcheck.

Check out the dynamic duo striking a pose below.



Additionally, even Williams’ full band posted about the special duet.

ORIGINAL POST: FEB. 28, 11:39 A.M. EST

Last evening, at Kacey Musgraves’ Nashville show, Paramore’s Hayley Williams was brought on stage for a perfect duet of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.”

The pair’s rendition graced fans with impeccable harmonies and lots of fancy footwork.

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Of course, fans were quick to start freaking out over the surprise collab. Check out some adorable clips from the evening below.

However, despite what you may be thinking. This is not the first time Musgraves and Williams have been spotted together. Some time ago, the two attended a Dashboard Confessional show.

We can’t help but wonder if they plotted to this collaboration during that moment.

Kacey Musgraves recently won Album Of The Year at this year’s Grammy Awards. Additionally, the country superstar walked home with Best Country Album, Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance. You can see a full list of Grammy winners here.

Additionally, Musgraves just paid tribute to the late Selena at RodeoHouston. The last venue Selena played was also RodeoHouston. You can check out her touching tribute below.

In Hayley Williams-related news, more details have emerged about the “Sanctuary of Self-Love”

at Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival. Attendees will be able to get ready for the festival with hair styling from Williams’ company Good Dye Young. There will also be mini spa treatments, glitter stations and flower crowns.

What do you think of Kacey Musgraves performing with Hayley Williams? Sound off in the comments below.

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