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The British singer and the 'True Blood' creator team up to executive produce 'Virtuoso', which is about musical prodigies in 18th century Vienna.
No Doubt, Tony Bennett, Keith Urban, Pitbull, T.I., and Hozier will also make live performances at the New Orleans Fair Grounds Race Course.
The Rocket Man swaps vows with his longtime partner in an intimate ceremony to make their civil partnership an official marriage.
The 67-year-old English singer-songwriter will tie the knot with his longtime partner following the same-sex marriage legalization in England.
The 'Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word' hitmaker was caught on camera tumbling off his chair during a charity tennis tournament at Royal Albert Hall in London.
The 'Candle in the Wind' singer also revealed plan to marry civil partner David Furnish next year in an intimate ceremony.
The couple, who has entered into a British civil partnership, is to tie the knot in England which law has allowed same-sex marriage.
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.
Wearing a strapless Versace dress, the 'Applause' singer can be seen posing with John, Donatella Versace and Kelly Osbourne at the party.
The Rocketman will serve as an executive producer alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, the masterminds behind the original stage musical.
The remastered album that will be released on March 24 also features cover songs from Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band among others.
The openly gay British musician interrupts his own show to say that he's 'deeply saddened and shocked' over the anti-gay law which he calls 'inhumane' and 'isolating.'
The openly gay musician's two concerts in Russia are 'on the verge of collapse' after officials suspect he will use it as platform to break the country's new law against gay propaganda.
John has been expressing his concerns about such shows like 'X Factor' that create 'products' instead of creatives.
The 'This Means War' actor is expected to shoot the biopic in fall 2014 with Michael Gracey as the director.