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05/16/2013 05:38 pm ET

High School Students From Nevada To Perform With The Rolling Stones (VIDEO)

One group of teen musicians from Nevada is about to get the opportunity of a lifetime: performing on stage with real-life rock stars.

According to Channel 8 News, the 24-person choir at Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nev. is going to perform at the Rolling Stones' concert in Las Vegas on Saturday. They'll join the band on stage and sing along to the hit song,"You Can't Always Get What You Want," for the encore performance.

Kim Ritzer, the school's choir director, was originally contacted about the opportunity through Facebook, then the students auditioned for a Rolling Stones representative over Skype.

Watch the students' reactions to the news in the video above.

Not only are the high schoolers looking forward to the upcoming show, but their parents are just as thrilled -- if not more so.

"I called my dad. He was screaming at me over the phone and said, ‘Are you kidding me?'" student Kyle Sorenson told Channel 8 News. "And my mom told me -- she said, ‘You better get an extra ticket or else I'll come with a chaperone.' They're beyond excited, and so am I."

Michael Pollack is another student musician who took advantage of a unique opportunity to get on stage with a celeb who visited his college. When iconic singer-songwriter Billy Joel visited Vanderbilt in March, the two performed "New York State of Mind" in front of a packed audience. Pollack rocked out on the piano and Joel sang the accompanying lyrics.

And more recently, 19-year-old Marie Sowler told the Internet just how much she wanted to meet her idol Kellin Quinn, lead singer from the band Sleeping With Sirens, and the power of social media made it happen. Quinn chatted with the teen cancer patient over Skype before he left to go on tour.

He then took to Twitter and said, "Hey guys thank you so much for your support in rallying for Marie :) she's my hero! So grateful to have such caring fans!"

Tell us: If you could meet ONE celeb, who would it be and why? Sound off in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!

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