Flo Rida has been confirmed to join Senhit as part of the San Marino entry at this year's Eurovision Song contest in Rotterdam.
The US rapper appears on a version of Senhit's song, 'Adrenalina', and has previously hinted that he would be keen to fly out to the Netherlands to be part of the performance.
When Adrenalina performed her rehearsals, a stand-in rapper was used, but now Flo Rida has touched down in Rotterdam ahead of tomorrow's full dress rehearsals for Thursday's second semi-final.
"What's up Netherlands, it's your man Flo Rida!" the rapper said in a statement. "I'm so excited to see you guys at the Eurovision Song Contest. I'll be hitting the stage with the superstar talented Senhit to perform our new record Adrenalina.
"It's such a good feeling to be back in Europe after so long. I'm very grateful to be able to perform once again, and on the biggest stage in the world."
Explaining how the appearance was organised, a spokesperson for the European Broadcasting Union said: "Following a request from the San Marino broadcaster, the EBU, Host Broadcasters and Reference Group agreed to grant permission for the delegation to use a stand-in artist during the first and second rehearsals of their song on the condition that Flo Rida would arrive in Rotterdam in time to perform in the full dress rehearsals as well the Live Shows."
San Marino will be the first of 17 performers competing for 10 grand final spots in Thursday night's second semi-final.