SLASH Joined By Polish Pop Star DODA For Performance Of GUNS N' ROSES Classic (Video)

SLASH Joined By Polish Pop Star DODA For Performance Of GUNS N' ROSES Classic (Video)

BEHEMOTH guitarist/vocalist Adam "Nergal" Darski's former fiancée Dorota Rabczewska — better known as the 31-year-old Polish pop singer Doda — joined Slash on stage on November 20 at the Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland to perform the GUNS N' ROSES classic "Sweet Child O' Mine". Video footage of her appearance can be seen below.

Doda, who performs "Sweet Child O' Mine" during her solo concerts, tweeted Friday night that singing with Slash was "a dream come true."

Doda is notable for her innovative and controversial performances and music videos. She first became known as a member of the Polish rock band VIRGIN. After the group disbanded in 2007, she continued with a solo career. In 2011, Polish magazine Viva! named her one of the ten most influential women in Poland.

TheNews.pl reported in March 2011 that Nergal dumped Doda over the phone, ending of the two-year romance between Poland's most unlikely showbiz couple.

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