Martin

Last night, the Hollywood Bowl was hit with a blast of 90s Pop energy, thanks to

Chris Martin and

Mel C, aka

Sporty Spice.

Chris Martin, Mel C © Provided by Audacy Chris Martin, Mel C

During

Coldplay’s vivid closing set at Audacy’s eighth annual We Can Survive show, Martin called on a little help from a fellow Brit, who just so happened to be a member of the Spice Girls

.

Half way through Coldplay's run of hits and new tracks from the band’s latest album, Music of the Spheres, the frontman paused to introduce a friend and the crowd went wild. As Mel C and Martin joined in harmony together, the duo delivered an acoustic rendition of the Spice Girls’ “2 Become 1.”

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Both artists joked about the intensely sexual nature of the song, but totally fulfilled the crowd’s Brit Pop dreams. Additionally, Martin shared that he called on Mel C for this small little favour just hours before the show. Thankfully she agreed!

.@coldplay just brought out 👏 SPORTY 👏 SPICE 👏 @MelanieCmusic | #WeCanSurvive pic.twitter.com/lmZtjOJpHK

— Audacy (@Audacy) October 24, 2021

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