Justin Bieber helped Drake fulfil a ''childhood dream'' at the weekend by getting him to appear with him at the 60,000 capacity Rogers Centre in Toronto.
The rapper joined the 'Boyfriend' singer as he headlined the 60,000 capacity Rogers Centre - originally named the SkyDome - in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, on Saturday (01.12.12).
Justin - who also hails from the province of Ontario in Canada - was joined by the rapper for 'Right Here' from his 'Believe' album, after which Drake told the crowd: ''I'll tell you, there's very few people I met in the world that are as talented and as incredible as this young man right here.
''I want to thank you for letting me live a childhood dream, which is my first opportunity to perform at the SkyDome. So thank you, my man.''
Drake, 26, then stayed on stage for a version of his track 'The Motto', with Justin, 18, taking lines originally rapped by Lil Wayne.
Earlier in the concert Justin had appeared on stage transported on a giant pair of metal wings. He also showed off his musical prowess during his set, playing acoustic guitar for the track 'Fall' and jumping behind the drums for 'Beauty and a Beat'.
After the show he tweeted: ''HISTORY. Gonna get some rest. great night (sic).''