Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagicBack in 1999, when Josh Groban was still a teenager, he got his big break when producer David Foster tapped him to fill in for an ailing Andrea Bocelli during Grammy rehearsals, and sing “The Prayer” with Celine Dion.  Now, Josh and Celine will reunite as they share a concert bill this summer in London.

Josh has been added to the lineup of the British Summer Time festival, which takes place in London’s Hyde Park this July. He’ll be a special guest for Celine’s headlining show on July 5.

“I was SO HAPPY to be asked to join this show,” Josh tweeted. “ has always held a special place in my heart, life, and career and I’m so happy to reunite with and support her on what is sure to be an incredible evening. Hope to see you there!!”

When a British fan pointed out that Josh will be “knackered” — British for “exhausted” — if he does this gig, since he’ll have to fly overseas and back between his show in Massachusetts on July 2 and his show in Virginia on July 7, he responded, “Anything for Celine.”

The summer leg of Josh’s Bridges tour starts June 12 in Cincinnati, OH.

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