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Video: Ed Sheeran Joins Elton John to Perform 'Candle in the Wind' at Oscars Party

March 4, 2014 (7:03 am) GMT
The British redhead plays his guitar while the veteran crooner sits at a piano as they sing the classic for audience members like Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian and Neil Patrick Harris.
Video: Ed Sheeran Joins Elton John to Perform 'Candle in the Wind' at Oscars Party

took the stage at the 22nd annual AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday night, March 2. The 23-year-old redhead joined John to perform a special rendition of the veteran entertainer's "Candle in the Wind".

Dressed casually in a black shirt and a pair of jeans, Sheeran sang while playing his guitar. Meanwhile, John performed while sitting at a piano. They played the classic for audience members that included A-listers like , , , and .

Sheeran and John are no stranger to singing onstage together. They previously joined forces for the live performance of Sheeran's hit single, "The A Team", at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

Prior to the performance at the viewing party, Sheeran and John posed for a picture on the event's red carpet. The "Lego House" singer then took to Instagram to post the photo that sees him donning glasses and standing next to the 66-year-old star who looks barely noticeable without his signature shades. "Real life face swap," Sheeran captioned the pic.





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