Lady GaGa to Pay Tribute to Elton John at AIDS Gala
Lady GaGa is set to team up with Elton John again after their fiery Grammy Awards duet - she will pay tribute to the legendary singer at a charity gala in his honor next week, February 10. The "Poker Face" hitmaker joined forces with the "Rocket Man" onstage at the prize-giving on Sunday, January 31, and now she is lined up to perform at the AIDS foundation AmfAR benefit gala in New York City on February 10.
The event will honor Sir Elton and his partner David Furnish for their charity contributions to help battle the deadly disease. Singer Rufus Wainwright is also slated to take the stage at the gala.
On another news, Elton John recently joined a production team of "Next Fall", collaborating with David Furnish who produced his musical "Billy Elliot". The play tells about two gay men who worry about their relationship over their respective religious beliefs during a five-year period.
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