Believe It: Lady Gaga, The Boss, Elton John and Naked Dancers Perform Journey
By PopEater Staff Posted May 14th 2010 12:30PM
But absolute chaos erupted on stage at the end of the night when all the stars gathered to perform Journey's classic anthem, 'Don't Stop Believin'.' There are no words to describe the carnival of delights that ensued, including verse-swapping by Lady Gaga and The Boss and later, a squad of Speedo-wearing dancers high-kicking and nuzzling on Sir Elton. You. Must. Watch:
Earlier in the evening, Mary J.Blige also made an appearance, performing a duet with Sting. Actress Kate Hudson was among the celebrities who lent their support to the event.
The event was produced by Sting's wife Trudie Styler, who co-founded the Rainforest Foundation with her husband in 1989.
But before the orgy of oddities that was the finale occurred, John nearly stole the whole show by performing Madonna's 'Material Girl' and 'Like A Virgin' with the help of these guys:
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