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Machine Gun Kelly once again joined Nu Metal icons Limp Bizkit last night. During Limp Bizkit’s show at The Roxy. MGK joined them on stage for the band’s hit “Break Stuff”.

Christmas seemed to be in full swing. Fred Durst was wearing a Santa Claus outfit. Skateboarder Ryan Sheckler was hanging out and everyone seemed to be having a great time.

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MGK and Sheckler were in attendance at Limp Bizkit’s show at The Roxy in West Hollywood last night. The pair were even able to snap a picture with Durst in a Santa Claus outfit, which he wore most of their set.

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MGK then got on stage to help perform the hit “Break Stuff” and he really gave it his all.

This isn’t the first time Machine Gun Kelly has performed with Limp Bizkit. Back in March, MGK performed “My Generation” with the band. Durst even went up to the balcony for the performance to get a little more help from Marilyn Manson.

Manson was watching the show alongside Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan and Durst’s son Dallas.

MGK seems to be a pretty big fan of Limp Bizkit and we can’t blame him.

More Machine Gun Kelly

Recently, Machine Gun Kelly was seen in the studio with Goody Grace and blink-182‘s Travis Barker. The picture comes from Goody Grace’s twitter and shows the three sitting on the couch together.

There was much speculation around the fact that Barker and MGK would collaborate together again after the epic mashup of “I Think I’m OKAY” which combined the two as well as YUNGBLUD.

Barker had also posted an Instagram story of MGK in the studio a little over a week ago.

Now it appears we have proof that they are together and Goody Grace is also working with them. Big things keep happening and we can’t wait to see what magic unfolds with those three in the studio together.

What do you think of MGK performing with Limp Bizkit again? Sound off below!

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