Bradley Cooper, Mother, Gloria Campano

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For Bradley Cooper, the Guns N' Roses reunion concert Friday was a family affair.

Most of the classic lineup of the legendary rock band reunited onstage for the first time in more than 22 years Friday, playing a last-minute show at the Troubadour club in West Hollywood in front of more than 250 people, including celebs such as Cooper, Kate Hudson, Jim Carrey, Chris BrownDavid Arquette and Emily Ratajkowski.

Cooper brought along a special date—his mother, Gloria Campano. The two were photographed driving and walked near the venue. Cooper has often brought his mom to celebrity events.

Guns N' Roses' surprise gig will be followed by a previously announced North American stadium tour, which starts on June 23 in Detroit and runs through August, and a headlining set at the 2016 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in California later this month.

Bradley Cooper, Mother, Gloria Campano

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Kate Hudson

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Emily Ratajkowski

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The packed crowd cheered as frontman Axl Rose appeared onstage along with guitarist Slash, with whom he had feuded for years, bassist Duff McKagan and keyboardist Dizzy Reed, part of a classic '80s lineup, as well as guitarist Richard Fortus, who joined the band in 2001, drummer Frank Ferrer, who joined in 2006, and second keyboardist and newcomer Melissa Reese, according to multiple reports.

While cameras and other recording devices were reportedly banned, some fans managed to sneak in photos and videos and post them online.

Ratajkowski posted a video on her Instagram page.

"Is this real life? #gunsnroses #slash," she wrote.

Is this real life? #gunsnroses #slash

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Hudson shared clips from the concert on her Snapchat.

Kate Hudson, Guns N Roses Reunion Concert

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Kate Hudson, Guns N Roses Reunion Concert

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Kate Hudson, Guns N Roses Reunion Concert

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Guns N' Roses performed songs hit tracks such as "Welcome to the Jungle," "Sweet Child of Mine," "Mr. Brownstone," "It's So Easy," "Rocket Queen," all from their 1987 debut album Appetite for Destruction. The band had often performed at the Troubadour in the mid '80s and the group is said to have been discovered there.

#GnFnR

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Guns N' Roses also performed its hit covers of Paul McCartney and WINGS' "Live and Let Die" and Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" as well as "Chinese Democracy" and "Better" from the group's 2008 album Chinese Democracy, marking the first time Slash, who left the band in the mid '90s, has played those tracks live.

"Do you know where you are?" Rose wailed. "You're gonna diiiiiiiiiiie."

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