- Publish Date
- Friday, 2 October 2020, 3:57PM
What happens when you put pop megastar George Michael and Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti together?
You get one spine-tingling duet, of course!
Footage of the 'Faith' singer's first-ever performance in front of an Italian crowd from June 2000 has just resurfaced online and it is not to be missed.
Taking to the stage alongside Pavarotti and a 70-strong orchestra in the city of Modena, the pair wowed the crowd with their rendition of Elton John's 'Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me' during the Pavarotti & Friends annual benefit concert.
Opening the song, George's voice rings out across the stadium as he sings in English before looking to the tenor, who joins him by singing the world-famous song in Italian.