Entertainer Kelly Clarkson had some very special guests at a recent concert stop in Kansas City, Kansas.
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While performing at the city's Sprint Center on Thursday night, the Texas native invited two Kansas police officers to the stage to join her during a performance.
The two officers were Lamont Jackson and Mike Pagel. The two were featured in a 2018 viral video, in which the two officers drove around singing and snapping their fingers.
Before the two officers took the stage, Clarkson played the duo's video for the rest of the concertgoers to see. Clarkson told the audience, "They're sacrificing their lives every day for y'all, OK? Give it up. ... People don't realize, it's a scary thing to send your loved ones out there to possibly really horrible situations."
The three went on to break into a rendition of "Stand By Me."
The crowd, of course, went wild.
"I love them!" Clarkson said. "Give it up for them, y'all!"
Pagel told KSNT-TV that he was very nervous about appearing onstage with Clarkson.
"I don't know what made me [more] nervous, my first traffic stop or going out on stage in front of 15,000-plus people," Pagel said. "And that by far was the experience right there that made me super nervous. It was awesome though and Kelly was great to us."
"LaMont knew the song, 'Stand by Me,'" Pagel added. "I'm more the man behind the scenes type of person."
"She watched all of our videos and she fell in love and said we have to have them," Jackson said.
(H/T: Fox News)