Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl just made this fan's day

Rianne Houghton
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From Digital Spy

Proving our theory that Dave Grohl is one of the nicest (and coolest) celebrities around, the Foo Fighters frontman recently made one fan's musical dreams come true.

While performing in North Carolina earlier this week, Dave spotted a fan in the crowd holding a sign asking to play drums on the band's cover of Queen's 'Under Pressure'.

And naturally, Dave obliged.

Student Pierce Edge was brought up on stage to join the band during the set, and we're not going to lie, we're totally jealous. As we expected, it looks like Pierce had a pretty awesome time.

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Not many people can say there were an honourary member of Foo Fighters, can they?

"Don't shit the bed in front of your hometown, brother," Dave told the crowd during the show. "That kid has got a lot of balls to jump up on stage and play drums."

But while Pierce might not have felt awkward jamming with a bunch of rock gods, the same unfortunately can't be said for Dave after the band appeared on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke for The Late Late Show.

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Despite the unimposing venue, the rocker recently admitted that he felt "a little uncomfortable" while belting out his own songs with the comedian in the car.

"Y'know, I don't mind singing my own songs at Glastonbury or The O2," Dave explained. Makes sense.

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