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So last night, Carnegie Hall was the place to be. Rolling Stone wrote a review of a star-studded benefit for the Rainforest Fund that included Sting performing a Fine Young Cannibals cover, Elton John doing an over-the-top rendition of Madonna's Like a Virgin, and the finale to end all finales. It included Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen covering Journey's Don't Stop Believing with a little help from Sting, Debbie Harry, Elton John, Shirley Bassey, and a cadre of nude dancers.
Check out the shakily shot video footage of the event.
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