Elton John and Lady Gaga Perform on Sunset Strip

Elton John and Lady Gaga

Elton John and Lady Gaga gave an encore performance!

Elton John and Lady Gaga reportedly just rocked The Sunset Strip on Saturday with a totally unexpected performance.

The dynamic duo sang before thousands of fans who gather for an event which was hosted by Elton’s AIDS Foundation.

Elton,  was joined on stage by Gaga as he sang “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me.”

The Elton John Aids Foundation

The Elton John AIDS Foundation (London) focuses its grant-making on programmes in Africa, Asia and Europe, with the Elton John AIDS Foundation (New York) funding in the Americas and Caribbean. Together, the two branches of the Foundation have raised over $300 million and funded programs across four continents. The Foundation, along with its many supportive collaborators, works with determination to deliver the best fundraising events throughout the year so that it can continue to support the best programmes. The Foundation raises funds in a variety of ways. These include arts-related exhibitions, clothing sales, sponsor partnerships, licensed merchandise and events. The headline fundraising events include the Woodside End of Summer Party (Windsor, UK) and the Academy Awards Viewing Party (Los Angeles), as well as Smash Hits (2014 in London), and Enduring Vision (New York). The Foundation ensures the maximum amount from every donation is directed to grant-making activities.

None of this would be possible without the enduring dedication, compassion and determination of Sir Elton John. He, along with a worldwide community of politicians, celebrities, campaigners and friends all believe the end of AIDS is in sight and that AIDS can be beaten in our generation. He champions this cause any way possible, whether through his music, performing at fundraisers for the Foundation, using his celebrity status to hit headlines and raise awareness, or through his connections within the entertainment industry to help spread the word, so that the message ‘no one should be left behind’ is transmitted across countries, nationalities and people. He too believes that love is the cure and the power to rid the world of AIDS is in all of us; all we have to do is love.

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