Olivia Rodrigo welcomes Natalie Imbruglia on-stage at SOUR Tour London to sing Torn live

We thought we saw a famous late 90s pop star brought on stage.

Inspiration run dry? There's nothing where we used to lie? Don't worry about it too much, because one thing we know is going to cheer you up today is seeing Olivia Rodrigo bring out Natalia Imbruglia on-stage in London to sing modern classic, Torn.

Yes, don't worry, your eyes are not going funny. This is an actual thing that happened last night, at Olivia's first-ever headline show in London, where she brought the SOUR Tour to the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. 

Torn, as you'll of course remember, was Imbruglia's debut single first released in 1997, a whole six years before Olivia Rodrigo was even born (!). A cover of the original track by Ednaswap, it hit Number 2 on the Official Singles Chart, and is still regarded as one of the most iconic pop tracks of the late 90s.

Olivia Rodrigo clearly agreed, as she brought the Eventim Apollo (and any gay man above the age of 26 in the audience) to a halt when she stopped the show to invite Imbruglia up on the stage to perform the song with her. Watch the moment happen below.

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This of course isn't the first time that Olivia has brought a beloved pop star to share the stage with her - just weeks ago, she welcomed Lily Allen on at her Glastonbury debut, so they could sing political anthem F**k You together, the day after the controversial overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the US Supreme Court. 

It's nice to see that Olivia is taking a page from her idol Taylor Swift's book and having her very own "please welcome to the stage..." moment. But the only question is: with one London date left at the SOUR Tour, who can we expect Olivia to bring out on stage tonight (July 7)? Charlotte Church singing Crazy Chick? Perhaps Cheryl Cole for a rendition of Fight For This Love?

As for Natalie, last year she released her first album in over 6 years, Firebird, following a new recording contract with BMG. It hit Number 10 on the Official Albums Chart, becoming her first Top 10 record since 2007. You can re-visit Natalie's full Official Charts history in full here.