On Wednesday, both women were present to see Serena Williams compete in the U.S. Open.

Dionne Warwick was wrongly identified by broadcasters as fellow renowned singer Gladys Knight on Wednesday while she was sitting in the U.S. Open crowd.

When the camera was actually focused on Warwick, 81, former tennis pro Knight, 78, was unintentionally identified by analyst Mary Carillo.

Twitter users went crazy after seeing the now-viral video showcasing the mix-up, with one user saying, "Seriously?

Fortunately, both women were able to laugh about the situation and clarified things on social media.

In a tweet posted on Thursday, Warwick poked fun at the event, writing: "Hi, I'm Gladys Knight.

jokingly referencing "Midnight Train to Georgia," one of Knight's hit songs, as well as her own singles "Walk on By" and "I Say a Little Prayer."

Knight tweeted on Thursday, "Dionne and I have been sisters for a very long time, and I hope she is as honoured to be mistaken for me as I would be for her."

"It was undoubtedly an honest error. Being in the house to witness Serena's brilliance was a blessing."