Justin Bieber helped Drake fulfil a ''childhood dream'' at the weekend.
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 state 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).''