Lil Nas X has revealed he is trying to get The Wiggles to join him on his ‘Long Live Montero’ tour later this year.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper took to Twitter to reveal his plans for his upcoming slew of performance and reckons the iconic Aussie group would be perfect.
“Trying really hard to get the wiggles to coheadline the tour with me. i will keep you guys updated," he wrote.
trying really hard to get the wiggles to coheadline the tour with me. i will keep you guys updated.— MONTERO (@LilNasX) April 27, 2022
We would really love to see what that tour looks like.
Unsurprisingly, many fans expressed their love for the potential collaboration as one user wrote: “The adult Wiggles concerts go off. This would literally be AMAZING.”
Another commented: “My one-year-old daughter will definitely want to be there for that.”
A third said: “This would actually work insanely well.”
It seems like this could actually happen because the official Twitter account for The Wiggles replied to the offer.
We’re ready to wiggle with you! 💛💜💙❤️— The Wiggles (@TheWiggles) April 27, 2022
"We’re ready to wiggle with you!" the account said, suggesting we could get a surprise Montero x Wiggle mashup of 'Call My By Your Fruit Salad'.
Lil Nas X announced his first-ever world tour for his debut album MONTERO, which will kick off on September 6.
The 'Sun Goes Down' singer took to Twitter to share the news, posting: “I’m having my very first tour. and all of u better come or i will cry on instagram live.”
Upon announcing the news, the rapper also included a highlight reel of his career before showing footage of him landing on stage with crowds going wild.
i’m having my very first tour. and all of u better come or i will cry on instagram live. pic.twitter.com/W3Lt8dP04p— MONTERO (@LilNasX) April 26, 2022
In his promo video, he says: “Hello, I am Montero, and I welcome you to my event. My world. My universe. Everyone’s allowed — except gay people."
That last bit must clearly be a troll because Lil Nas is gay and a fierce advocate for the LGBTQI+ community.
The Los Angeles Times reports the artist will be touring across North America in September and October before heading to the UK and Europe in November.
The rapper and singer first became known to the public with his song 'Old Town Road', which spent 19 weeks on Billboard’s Top 100 chart and won two Grammy Awards for Best Pop Duo and Best Music Video.
Since then, the rapper has gained worldwide fame, releasing his debut album MONTERO, which topped the charts in countries including the US, Australia, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden.