What a way to honor a music legend!
Elton John brought down the house at his SiriusXM Town Hall performance when he paid tribute to David Bowie, who died on Sunday at 69.
With his crimson grand piano, the Candle in the Wind singer celebrated the late music icon's illustrious career with a cover of Bowie's 1969 hit Space Oddity before blasting off into a touching performance of Rocket Man!
John then welcomed out a handful of other guests — like Demi Lovato and Shawn Mendes — to perform duets of his biggest songs!
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The Confident songstress performed Elty's 1979 classic Don't Go Breaking My Heart, and the Stitches singer performed Tiny Dancer!
But that's not all — EJ also rocked out with Fall Out Boy's frontman Patrick Stump performing his 1973 hit Saturday Night's Alright (for Fighting)!
Check out clips of the night's performances (below)!
Don't worry, Adele still hasn't run out of records to break!
In fact, the British crooner has managed to break her own record after her smash hit Hello has stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the eighth consecutive week!
This is the longest the 27-year-old's single has topped the prestigious chart, surpassing her previously reigning hit Rolling in the Deep — which ruled for seven weeks in 2011!
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Thanks to this success, Adele is the first British solo artist to land two No. 1 hits for at least seven weeks each, and the ONLY Brit act to do so other than
What a treat!
Ed Sheeran was in Sydney, Australia last night for a concert at Allianz Stadium to perform for thousands of adoring fans.
While seeing Sheeran would have been special enough, the ginger god teased the crowd early on that he was going to have a special guest that 'influenced him in writing songs'.
That guest just so happened to be Sir Elton John!
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The Crocodile Rock singer stopped by the venue and performed a few hit songs with the 24-year-old, including Don't Go Breaking My Heart and Afire Love.
Ch-ch-check out the performances (below) and let us know how jelly you are you couldn't be there to witness this AH-Mazing duo!
It's been too long!
Romeo Beckham is still a Burberry model, but we'd gone far too many days without seeing him in an ad for the brand.
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Thankfully that's all been rectified, as the 13-year-old appears in the latest Christmas or "Festive" campaign for the iconic British label! And he does a lot of jumping around!
Because how else would you articulate your joy for the holidays, right?
Naomi Campbell, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Michelle Dockery, and Elton John join the young teenager in the ads.
See more shots in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Burberry]