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Jon Bon Jovi teamed up on stage with billionaire Warren Buffett last week for an unlikely duet.

The pair were part of the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy in New York on June 26, an event which saw – in Bon Jovi’s word’s – “some of the world’s greatest thinkers and the world’s most generous hearts, souls and minds” gather to discuss solving problems facing humankind today. Following the discussion, Buffett joined Bon Jovi onstage – ukulele in hand – to duet on The Glory of Love, a song originally recorded by Benny Goodman in 1936.

“I don’t need Richie Sambora anymore, because I have a new sidekick!” said Bon Jovi.

“Pay particular attention to the first line,” added Buffett. “Because this is what it’s all about.” The first line of the song is “You’ve got to give a little…”

Forbes ranked Jon Bon Jovi as top of their Most Charitable Celebrities list last year, for the work he carries out with the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.

Watch a video of the performance here.

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