Celine Dion, Elton John Perform at Benefit Concert

Dion and John sang together for the first time Monday night Feb 21st at a benefit to raise money for Harrah's Entertainment Inc. workers affected


Celine Dion and Elton John, the two great music performers were joining together at benefit held Monday night Feb 21st to raise money for Harrah's Entertainment Inc. workers affected by last year's Gulf Coast hurricanes. Took to the stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the two singers sang duets of "Sorry" and "Saturday Night".

Helped to raise $2.1 million for some 8,000 casino workers in the Gulf Coast region, they were joined by fellow famous star Jerry Seinfeld. Performed in front of 4,100 people, Elton John says he's just glad they could "do a little something for those people's lives that will never be the same again for many, many years."

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