Teenage Fan Steals the Show at Bruce Springsteen Concert in Australia -- See the Clip!

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Cutting class doesn’t get better than this!
An Australian teen had the night of his life when he was pulled up on stage to perform one of his favorite songs with Bruce Springsteen at his Brisbane, Australia, concert on Thursday night.
The surreal moment unfolded after the “Born in the U.S.A” singer spotted Nathan Testa’s sign, which read, "Missed school, in the s--- now, can I play Growin' Up with you?"
After reading the sign to a packed crowd at the Brisbane Entertainment Center, the musician invited the teen to come up on stage.
"Do you know the song? You know it on guitar? Well come on up!" said the rocker in a clip posted by YouTube user Melanie J.S.B.
The 14-year-old was given a guitar to perform the track with Springsteen, who stopped halfway to ask him to play softer and explain how he was also a young teen when he got his first guitar.
"I brought it home and I realized it wasn't about how well you played it, it was about how good you looked doing it,” said the music icon. "So I got in front of the mirror and I tried out some poses."
"I brought it home and I realized it wasn't about how well you played it, it was about how good you looked doing it,” said the music icon. "So I got in front of the mirror and I tried out some poses."
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, this was the third time that Nathan has joined The Boss on stage. His father, Wade, told the newspaper his son first performed with Springsteen at a show in 2013.

Check out the clip of the performance below!