Marilyn Manson spent part of his Halloween getting pious and singing praise with Kanye West, the rapper who recently changed his legal name to just Ye, at the hip-hop star's latest "Sunday Service" performance with his gospel group, the Sunday Service Choir.

The concert, which also had singer Justin Bieber and rapper Roddy Ricch among its guests, aired as a surprise livestream on Sunday (Oct. 31) from Los Angeles. Raphael Saadiq, Digital Nas and the DONDA Kids Choir were also on hand. It's one of the few appearances Manson has made since allegations of sexual abuse emerged against the rock singer.

See photos and video showing Manson at the performance — the rocker draped in a white robe-style gown — down near the bottom of this post.

The event had the entertainers praying together, with one Twitter user describing it as "Kanye bringing Marilyn Manson to Sunday Service and praying over him."

The concert was Ye's first Sunday Service performance in 18 months, according to Rolling Stone. The rapper initially formed Sunday Service Choir and started staging the religious-themed showcases around the time of his 2019 album, Jesus Is King. Sunday Service Choir’s debut LP, Jesus Is Born, arrived that Christmas.

This summer, Manson unexpectedly joined Ye onstage at the rapper's listening event for his new album Donda, which features Manson's voice on "Jail, Pt. 2." The track finds Manson doubling Ye's refrain on lines such as "We all liars" and "Guess who's goin' to jail tonight?"

The listening party at Chicago's Soldier Field also featured the rapper DaBaby, who had come under fire for making homophobic comments. That led many to believe that Ye — who's faced his own share of controversies — was attempting to make a statement or rehabilitate the images of Manson and DaBaby.

Manson's latest album, the Shooter Jennings-produced We Are Chaos, arrived last year. But he was dropped by his record label and agent after the abuse allegations against him emerged. Actress Evan Rachel Wood, a former fiancée of Manson's, led the public charge against him, joining at least four other women in alleging the musician was their abuser. Others followed with more accusations.

Manson refuted them in a statement. He said, "Obviously, my art and my life have long been magnets for controversy, but these recent claims about me are horrible distortions of reality. My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. Regardless of how … others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth."

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, resources are available to help. Please visit RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network) online or dial 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673).

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Timeline of Abuse Allegations Against Marilyn Manson

Since actress Evan Rachel Wood first publicly accused Marilyn Manson of sexual abuse in February 2021, similar allegations by others against the musician have also surfaced. Below is a timeline of the developments that have unfolded so far, beginning with Wood's 2018 testimony that disclosed her alleged abuse but had yet to name an abuser.