Kylie Minogue and Nick Cave Reunite for Live Performance of 'Where The Wild Roses Grow': Watch

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Kylie Minogue performs on stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Dec. 9, 2016 in London. 

When Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue dueted on his Murder Ballads tracks "Where The Wild Roses Grow," many fans thought it forewarned the end of days. 

No-one saw it coming. A collaboration between Cave, the “Prince of Darkness,” and Kylie, a former soap actor entering another phase of evolution in her pop career, could have been a shocker, a disaster. It wasn’t. 

Cave never lost a beat, he landed a hit (it’s his highest charting track on the U.K chart, at No. 11) and his special brand of darkness has spread wider than ever (each of his last five albums has charted higher than its predecessor on the Billboard 200). Kylie is, of course, a legend in Australia and her adopted homeland, the U.K., where her Golden track "Dancing" recently became her 50th top 40 entry on the national singles chart.

When Cave performed at the All Points East festival Sunday in London, he welcomed birthday girl Kylie on stage for a rendition of the 1995 single.

Cave also performed classics "Deanna," "Stagger Lee," "Into My Arms," "Red Right Hand" and more at the festival, which also featured sets from Patti Smith, Courtney Barnett, St Vincent and more.

Check out fan-filmed video of Cave and Minogue's performance below.