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The Rolling Stones, Juanes

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Musical magic was certainly made!

The Rolling Stones played in Colombia for the very first time, and invited the country's superstar to perform with them in what turned out to be a legendary moment. 

The English rock band filled the stadium in Bogotá with over 45,000 fans, all of whom we bet smiled when Mick Jagger began to speak in Spanish about his adventures in Colombia's capital.

"Comimos obleas, nos bajamos un aguardiente y nos dio guayabo, luego nos llevó un carro de policía al hotel," he said ("We ate obleas, downed an aguradiante shot, and then had a hangover, then a police car took us home.")

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Juanes then joined the band on stage and they sang "Beast of Burden." Fans were losing it as the Grammy Award-wining Colombian sang along with the band and played next to Keith Richards. The 14th and final date on the band's Latin American tour will take place in Havana, Cuba, on March 25. The free concert will break records as the "first open air concert in the country by a British rock band."

"We are witnessing a historic embrace between the Cuban people and the international music community," said Adam Wilkes, svp at AEG Live.

Speaking of powerful performances...see Kelly Clarkson choke up during her American Idol performance in the clip below.