Verzuz has been a smashing success over the past few months, bringing together dozens of Black superstars and legends.

Over time, musicians have realized that the post-Verzuz streaming boost is very real and very lucrative, prompting dozens of music's biggest stars to throw their name in the hat for a battle.

Now, two music icons have decided to take part in a Verzuz battle: Gladys Knight And Patti LaBelle.

As we wait for the event on Sunday at 8 p.m. EST, here are some of our favorite responses to the Verzuz:

Most people had endless jokes about our favorite aunties lining up to listen.

There were also dozens of jokes about trying to explain Verzuz to their moms and aunts.

As always, it was great to see the trash talk from fans of both legends. 

Fans of the music sessions are still reeling from the last Verzuz featuring Brandy and Monica with millions of viewers and had social media arguing for days over their favorites.

Originally started by music producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland as a way to pass the time for people locked down during quarantine, the Verzuz events have turned massively popular for fans to honor their favorite musicians and remember the good times. 

For the stars themselves, the events have been a way to remind the public of their greatest hits and revive interest in their extensive catalogs. 

Most fans of Knight are hoping she pulls classics from her past like "Midnight Train to Georgia," "Neither One of Us," "I Don't Want to Know" and "Double or Nothing."

For LaBelle, hits like "On My Own," "If Only You Knew" and "Lady Marmalade" will probably show up at some point during the event. 

The two legends also have a song together, titled "Superwoman," which was written by Babyface, who participated in his own Verzuz months ago, as Blavity previously reported

The Verzuz will take place at The Fillmore in Philadelphia on Sept. 13. at 8 p.m. EST. Now go fix your momma's WiFi before it starts.