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Justin Bieber invites Drake on stage at the Rogers Centre in Toronto

Justin Bieber and Drake (File photo/Jag Gundu/Getty Images)

The Canadian musical worlds of pop and hip hop collided in Toronto on Dec.1 as Justin Bieber brought Drake on stage for a few songs during his "Believe Tour" stop at the Rogers Centre, helping the rapper achieve his "childhood dream."

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According to Rolling Stone, Bieber invited the 26-year-old to perform their tune "Right Here" from the "Believe" album as well as Drake's hit "The Motto."

Between songs, Drake, the artist who coined the term "You Only Live Once" or "YOLO" that is featured in "The Motto," paused to thank the 18-year-old singer, saying, "I'll tell you, there's very few people I've met in the world that are as talented and as incredible as this young man right here."

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He also said, "I want to thank you for giving me a childhood dream, which is my first opportunity to perform at the SkyDome. So thank you, my man."

In 2005, Toronto's SkyDome changed its name to the Rogers Centre, and it was filled with 50,000-plus "Beliebers" on Saturday night.

"Give it up for Drizzy Drake," Bieber said after giving the "Take Care" hitmaker a big hug before he left the stage. "Much love, man. Thank you so much for coming out."

Prior to the show, the Canadian boy wonder hinted that this Toronto show would be memorable, tweeting, "The whole team is here. TORONTO today....u wont forget! #BELIEVEtour #Homecoming #STADIUMstatus."

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"Like i was saying. a night i will never forget," the Biebs wrote after the show. "#TORONTO i love u. #HOME #CANADA thank u."


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