Guess Who Joined Bleachers During Their MTV Unplugged Performance?!?

As you music fans may know, MTV has brought back Unplugged! For those who don't know what MTV's Unplugged is, it is a stripped down raw performance from famous musicians.

Bleachers' fans if you haven't done so yet you need to watch this Unplugged performance! Bleachers' new MTV Unplugged set was performed at the Stone Pony rock club in New Jersey and thanks to a couple special guests Unplugged performance went from a Jersey Shore party to an amazing celebrity shindig very quickly. And that's because Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen made a special appearance during Bleachers' set by lending some background vocals to an acoustic version of "Hate That You Know Me."

For those who didn't know Jack Antonoff of Bleachers helped co-write Lorde's new album Melodrama and she helped co-write Bleachers' "Don't Take the Money" on which she also sings in. Antonoff also collaborated with Carly Rae Jepsen song "Sweetie" back in 2012.

The Unplugged set went through some of Bleachers' 2017 album, Gone Now, as well as some songs from their 2014's Strange Desire album.

Check out some clips from the performance below!

'Hate That You Know Me' Bleachers Performance feat. Lorde & Carly Rae Jepsen | MTV Unplugged

Bleachers perform their hit song 'Hate That You Know Me' featuring Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen off their album 'Gone Now' on MTV Unplugged. #Unplugged #JackAntonoff #Bleachers #MTV Subscribe to MTV: http://goo.gl/NThuhC MTV's acclaimed acoustic music series showcases the work of today's top artists and introduces the stars of tomorrow.

'I Wanna Get Better' 360° Bleachers Performance | MTV Unplugged

Get a 360° look at Bleachers' performance of 'I Wanna Get Better' from their album 'Strange Desire' during their segment of MTV Unplugged. #Unplugged #JackAntonoff #Bleachers #MTV Subscribe to MTV: http://goo.gl/NThuhC MTV's acclaimed acoustic music series showcases the work of today's top artists and introduces the stars of tomorrow.

Head over to MTV.com to see the full performance.