Elton John's Sons Zachary & Elijah Sweetly Sing 'Happy Birthday' to Daddy as He Turns 73
Elton John is 73 years younger now! The "Candle in the Wind" singer just celebrated his birthday at his residence with his sons amid the coronavirus isolation.
Just like the rest of the world, Elton John is staying indoors with his family and doing his part to flatten the coronavirus curve. However, staying indoors doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing and the singer's family just proved it.
Elton just celebrated his 73rd birthday at his home. He was surrounded by his sons, Elijah and Zachary, who made sure they made their father felt loved on his special day.
HAPPIEST BIRTHDAY EVER!
The "Rocker Man" hitmaker gave his fans a glimpse into the celebrations through an Instagram video. Although the could not throw a lavish birthday party, Elton seemed pretty happy in the video as he smiled while his kids sang him a happy birthday song.
Grateful for the best birthday ever with my family.
Elijah and Zachary managed to put their artistic abilities to use to make cards for their father, too! In his Instagram stories, Elton shared some snapshots of homemade birthday cards and window decorations that the boys made for him.
Elton loved the handmade cards and the decorations and gushed about it in the caption to the stories. Meanwhile, his husband, David Furnish, also wished him a happy birthday with a sweet Instagram post.
A VIRTUAL CONCERT ON THE WAY
"Happy Birthday to my incomparable, darling husband," Furnish wrote alongside a picture of Elton before thanking him for all that he does for his family and the world.
The same day, the star also announced that he will be hosting a commercial-free virtual concert to provide some relief and entertainment to the Americans who are currently in self-quarantine in their homes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hour-long event will air on March 29 with music from top artists like Billie Eilish, the Backstreet Boys, Alicia Keys, Billie Joe Armstrong of Greenday, Tim McGraw, Mariah Carey, and a number of other stars.
The benefit special called "Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert For America" will be filmed on the artists' cell phones, cameras, and audio equipment.
The virtual concert will also pay tribute to all the people who are risking their lives to help others during this time of chaos. They will also encourage viewers to support charitable organizations that are helping victims as well as first responders.
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