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29 January 2018, 10:32 | Updated: 29 January 2018, 11:27
Sir Elton John continued his Grammys trend of performing with younger artists last night, when he joined forces with Miley Cyrus.
The pair collaborated for a tender version of his classic hit 'Tiny Dancer' at the 2018 ceremony at New York's Madison Square Garden.
The 70-year-old icon started the song solo, before Cyrus joined him in a ball gown for the second verse.
Elton John has previously performed at the Grammys alongside the likes of Eminem, Lady Gaga and Ed Sheeran.
Speaking earlier about the performance, Elton said he has always loved Miley because she is "feisty". He said: "I've always loved her. I like those are my kind of women. I like my women to be strong, and I like my women to be feisty, and she's certainly all that, and she can sing.
"So it's great to finally be able to work with her."
The performance came a few days after Elton announced his final tour, which will take in 300 shows across three years.