Singing a duet of Led Zeppelin's classic hit 'Whole Lotta Love', both of them thrilled the many people who were attending the momentous event.
British pop songstress Leona Lewis gave her best performance during the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games held at the Olympic stadium in Beijing on Sunday, August 24. Teaming up with veteran guitarist Jimmy Page, both stars thrilled the audience, singing Led Zeppelin's classic hit "Whole Lotta Love." Their special performance was meant to mark the end of the 2008 games and the official handover ahead of the London 2012 event.
Lewis took the stage at the top of a metal podium, whereas Page started playing his guitar from below. Singing the first part of the song, Lewis then lowered down so that she and Page could sing the final section of the song together. Appearing on another part in the arena was soccer star David Beckham who kicked a ball into the crowd at the end of the track.
The closing ceremony was also liven up by hundreds of dancers, acrobats and drummers. In addition to those performers, there were also Spanish tenor Placido Domingo and Chinese soprano star Song Zuying who also performed a duet during the event, attended by massive crowd.
Lewis and Page's duet at the Olympic closing ceremony was recorded on the video below.