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By Brianna Bernath

So much talent on one stage!

The woman who currently holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's oldest gymnast met the most decorated American gymnast, Simone Biles, on NBC's "Little Big Shots: Forever Young" Wednesday.

Simone Biles surprises world's oldest gymnast Johanna Quaas on NBC's "Little Big Shots."NBC

Johanna Quaas, the 91-year-old German gymnast, wowed the audience with her routine on the parallel bars and left Biles "speechless."

After Quaas showed everyone what she could do, host Steve Harvey welcomed Biles to the stage to surprise and honor Quaas, who has held the record as the oldest gymnast in the world for five years now.

Quaas has been competing since 1934, and while she took a number of years off to raise a family, she returned to gymnastics in 1982 and has stuck with it ever since. Frequently a stand-alone competitor, she competed in the 70-75 age group when she was 84 (still coming in first place).

Biles was amazed by what Quaas can do!NBC

In 2012, videos of her routines were posted to YouTube and went viral, garnering millions of views. Biles said that the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team often watched her videos!

NBC's "Little Big Shots: Forever Young" airs Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. EST.