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Bono Celebrates Birthday With Pharrell Williams, Jared Leto

May 16, 2014 (6:22 am) GMT
In addition to Williams and Leto, the U2 frontman is joined by A$AP Rocky as he celebrates his 54th birthday which coincides with his daughter Jordan's birthday.
Bono Celebrates Birthday With Pharrell Williams, Jared Leto

Many stars gathered at a party to celebrate 's birthday recently. Bono, who turned 54 on May 10, was joined by celebrity friends such as and in a bash which took place at manager Guy Oseary's house in Los Angeles. Bono's daughter Jordan, who coincidentally shares the same birthday with the singer, celebrated her 25th birthday alongside her father.

As reported by Us Weekly, the bash was featured with "a lot of surprise performances" from some stars. According to an eyewitness, gave a performance and was followed by Williams who sang "Happy".

"You've changed the world with everything you do. You give people hope, especially with your song 'Sunday, Bloody Sunday'," the Grammy-winning producer reportedly told the rocker. Bono then replied, "Well, if we just keep singing 'Happy', we won't need songs like 'Sunday, Bloody Sunday'!"

personally sang "Happy Birthday" for Jordan. Jon Batiste also delivered a performance. Magician David Blaine, meanwhile, was told to hold his breath for 10 minutes and 5 seconds under water "because it was the tenth day of the fifth month," but he apparently was not able to complete the task.

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