Elton John and Ed Sheeran sing ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ 20



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Ed Sheeran’s Sydney show on Wednesday night  gave fans more than they expected when Elton John popped up on stage for a sing along of one of our all-time-favourites ‘Don’t go breaking my heart”.

The tweets were emotional as surprised fans extolled their joy at seeing the two legends perform together, something that no one knew was going to happen.

Then, after playing this they then did a duet of Afire Love, Ed Sheeran’s hit, with Elton on the piano.  Exquisite. Your thoughts?

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  1. Having Elton John join him on stage will forever be a significant memory in his career. What a privilege!

  2. My youngest daughter was in the audience for this show and I am now a convert. Move over Ronan, Ed is number one now. What an amazing surprise though for any Elton fans. God bless you both.

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  4. Just imagine the outrage and disgust of Elton John had recorded “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”:in 1976 with a man and not with Kiki Dee! No doubt it would have been described as filth, perversion and more with calls to ban it. How things have changed – and for the better!

  5. I was at Elton’s concert last night at Mount Duneed Estate, Geelong. Great night by an amazing performer.

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