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Kenny G And Warren G: Together At Last

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It's the partnership we've all dreamed of. Now Jimmy Kimmel has made it a reality.

Lounge saxophonist Kenny and hip-hop legend Warren were thrust together on live TV on Monday night; the pair performing a version of Warren's 1994 hit Regulate as part of Kimmel's regular #MashUpMonday segment.

Kenny toots the song's synth lines on a soprano saxophone, as well playing along with the part delivered by the late, great, Nate Dogg.

As some wag quipped on Facebook "Presumably Gina was busy?"

BONUS FACTOID: Despite being old enough to have been a reference in Wayne's World 2, Kenny G is still only 58.

Watch the magic unfold below.

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