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Teddy Swims leaves the Aussie busker speechless as he joins her for an impromptu duet of Lose Control


American singer Teddy Swims is currently thrilling Australians with his blockbuster I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy tour.

But the pop star, 31, gave fans in Brisbane a much more intimate treat this week, wowing locals with an impromptu live public performance.

While walking around Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall, Swims came across a busker performing his hit song Lose Control.

Melbourne-born artist Inoxia was visibly shocked when she realized who had stopped to listen.

«Get out of town,» she exclaimed, before inviting the superstar to join her in a duet of his own song.

The improvised duo performed popular single Swims before moving into a rendition of Rihanna’s Stay.

The unexpected collaboration was quickly shared on social media, with fans expressing their excitement and envy.

‘For God’s sake!! It’s going again!! Teddy Swims brings his talent to the pavements of the world,» gushed one fan.

US singer Teddy Swims, 31 (pictured), is currently touring Australia on his I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy tour and the pop star gave fans an unexpected treat in Brisbane, wowing locals with an impromptu live performance.

«She totally showed Teddy!!!» another excited.

«What an amazing person, great Teddy Swims,» ​​gushed a third, while another admirer admitted, «I would just swoon.»

The American singer stopped his show in Brisbane on Tuesday night after members of the crowd broke his strict concert rules.

«Here in Georgia, we call this simple rule Staying With It, so you have to check your friends,» Teddy began.

While walking around Brisbane's Queen Street shopping centre, Swims came across a busker performing his hit song Lose Control.

While walking around Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall, Swims came across a busker performing his hit song Lose Control.

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“I want to set this rule now so we’re all safe, we’re happy. Safety is the best thing we can do for ourselves.”

However, several members of the crowd ignored his warning and began brawling as he performed his heartfelt ballad Something I’ll Never Know.

This prompted Teddy to abruptly stop his performance and publicly call out the rule breakers.

“Are you fighting for this song? That’s crazy. Like any other song, I’d say maybe, but this one? This is the wilderness. What happened to make him stay here?” Teddy asked infuriated.

Melbourne-born artist Inoxia was visibly shocked when she realized who had stopped and listened before the impromptu duo played popular single Swims before segueing into a rendition of Rihanna's Stay.

Melbourne-born artist Inoxia was visibly shocked when she realized who had stopped and listened before the impromptu duo played popular single Swims before segueing into a rendition of Rihanna’s Stay.

The rioters were quickly taken away by security and the hitmaker was then able to continue the concert.

«Let’s go back to the place where we all loved each other. I’m starting from the beginning,” Teddy said before starting the song again.

Fortunately, the rest of the concert went smoothly and Teddy left the crowd screaming for more as he belted out his best known hits.

Teddy Swims – real name Jaten Dimsdale – is an American pop star who hit the top five in Australia last year with his R&B song Lose Control.

He will next perform at Sydney’s Hordern Pavillion on Thursday and Friday before taking the stage at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on Saturday and Sunday.



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