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The country music star Jelly Roll celebrated his “fourth number one” hit on Thursday with the Hollywood legend Sylvester Stallone. He did this while visiting the set of Stallone’s hit television series Tulsa King.

Jelly Roll Meets Stallone

Stallone, 77, took to Instagram to share video of Jelly Roll, 39, visiting his set.

“Looks like the fantastic singer, JELLY ROLL, just rolled on to the TULSA KING set!” Stallone captioned the video before adding the hashtags, “#KeepPunching #TulsaKing.”

In the video, Jelly Roll could be seen celebrating his major achievement with Stallone.

“I got my fourth number one today, Sly,” he said. “Fourth number one on the radio this morning!”

“Fourth number one, wow,” Stallone said in response. “That’s unbelievable.”

“I got my bus in your parking lot with my fourth number one this morning,” Jelly Roll continued. “I’ll take it baby, I’ll take it.”

Stallone replied by applauding Jelly Roll, saying, “And we got em’, we got em’!”

‘Love You, Sly!’

The video immediately went viral. As of this writing, it has over 104,000 likes.

“Who would’ve ever though I would’ve celebrated my 4th number one on the set of my favorite show!” Jelly Roll commented on the video. “Love you Sly!”

Entertainment Tonight also reposted Stallone’s Instagram Story of their meeting, captioning it, “I can’t believe this happened.”

Check out the video for yourself below.

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Jelly Roll Gets Starstruck In The Past

Though Jelly Roll is one of the hottest names in country music at the moment, he has been open about being starstruck in the past.

“I got to see Garth Brooks at the ACM Awards and I was so excited I picked him up,” he told ET last year. “I didn’t mean to and I didn’t know it until the clip went viral.”

Jelly Roll later saw Brooks again in Las Vegas.

“I’m watching it, I leave, I go backstage,” he recalled. “I get to see him again, he holds his hands out, but he goes, ‘But don’t hurt me this time, big fella.'”

Watch Jelly Roll talk more about this in the video below.

Stallone Meets Eminem

Earlier this month, Jelly Roll became starstruck once again when meeting the rapper Eminem.

“When I think about coolest moments of my career, right now at the top, there has to be this thing that I got to go sing with Eminem in Detroit,” he said of his performance alongside the GRAMMY-winning rapper at the Live From Detroit: The Concert at Michigan Central.

“I got to sing ‘Sing for the Moment’ with him, which is a record where he sampled Steven Tyler,” he added. “I mean, just what an incredible night and I got to go do it in Detroit. It was unreal.”

Check out their performance below.

Stallone Working On Tulsa King

As for Stallone, he’s hard at work on season two of his Paramount+ show Tulsa King. In the show, he plays the New York mafia capo Dwight “The General” Manfredi. The show follows Manfredi immediately after he is released from prison after serving 25 years behind bars.

Manfredi is then exiled by his boss to set up shop in Tulsa. There, Manfredi decides to establish a new criminal empire with some very unlikely characters.

Check out a trailer for season one of Tulsa King in the video below.

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It’s unclear what role, if any, Jelly Roll will have in the next season of Tulsa King.

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