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Tom, Sting, Al along with Lily Tomlin and ballerina Patricia McBride enjoyed a star-studded salute in their honor on Sunday evening, December 7.
The British rocker will replace Jimmy Nail from December 9 to January 10, calling the move 'a bold gamble' to save the show.
A gala to celebrate the 'Forest Gump' actor, the member of The Police, the actress/comedian and two other honorees will take place in December.
In addition to the Rolling Stones rocker and the member of The Police, Judi Dench, Stephen Hawking and Tom Daley are among public figures who oppose independence for Scotland.
Despite his huge fortune, Sting wants his children to stand on their own feet without depending on trust funds.
The video, which shows the two stars singing 'Driven to Tears', was originally taken during Sting's 60th birthday concert in October 2011.
The two singers are set to embark on their 'Paul Simon and Sting: On Stage Together' tour, which begins on February 8 and finishes on March 16.
The English musician will play songs from his upcoming album, 'The Last Ship', in ten New York City concerts this fall to benefit The Public Theater arts organization.
The three artists will join forces for a special performance on Sunday from the Staples center in Los Angeles.
The singer drew criticisms on the Internet for his choice of costume with one calling him 'one of the worst people in the world'.
NBC will attempt to raise money for Red Cross through a relief effort concert supported by musicians as well as show hosts.
The Sunshine Corazon of 'Glee' sings louder and dances harder in a music video for her second single.
Titled 'When Harry Left Hogwarts', the documentary also features the making of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I' and 'Part II' as well as testimonies from the cast members.
Among the many stars tapped for the project, the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker is the emotional one as she broke down into tears during the recording session.
The ex-member of The Police calls the cancellation of his concert in Kazakhstan a support to the Kazakh oil workers and their families in the hopes of bringing positive change.