Members of the Rolling Stones will have a little help from their friends when they close the final show in their 50th anniversary celebration Saturday in Newark, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and The Black Keys are joining them onstage for their final show, the band said in a statement released Monday.
"Now the fun begins of trying to figure out the best songs to perform together," the band said in the statement.
Lady Gaga immediately took to Twitter to show how excited she was. "He had me at 'hello, it's Mick','' she tweeted.
The British rock/R&B band began a series of five anniversary concerts in London on Nov. 25. Its members are vocalist Mick Jagger, guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood and drummer Charlie Watts.
This is not the first guests the Stones have hosted. Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck joined the band in London, and Mary J. Blige and guitarist Gary Clark Jr. joined them onstage in Brooklyn on Saturday.
The Stones also will play at thea benefit a benefit concert Wednesday at Madison Square Garden for victims of hurricane Sandy, the superstorm that struck the Northeast around Halloween.