It's been quite the week for one of music's greats, Elton John. The 70-year-old icon announced that this upcoming world tour will be his last, and during the 60th Grammy Awards, he performed one of his biggest hits, "Tiny Dancer," as an amazing duet with Miley Cyrus.
Elton, dressed in an incredible jacket adorned with sequins with mirrored sunglasses, sat at the piano where he began performing the song. And on top of the piano was a white rose, tying into the spotlight on the Time's Up movement.
Then, Miley Cyrus appeared on stage to help him sing the iconic song. Cyrus looked stunning in a flowing maroon gown with long sheer sleeves.
After the performance, Miley expressed her gratitude and admiration for Elton on Twitter. She wrote:
"Sir Elton John, I can't thank you enough for giving me the honor of performing with you tonight at The Grammys! I've loved every moment I've spent with you over the years & will cherish each second of your kindness.let's kick ass and keep fighting for an end to the AIDS epidemic!"
Elton's final tour kicks off in September, with the North American leg hitting cities like New York, Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, Houston, Los Angeles, and more, running through March 2019. He's also set to be honored during Elton John: I'm Still Standing - A Grammy Salute, where he will once again be joined by Miley, as well as John Legend, Sam Smith, and more.