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Elton John's kids Zachary and Elijah melt hearts at dad's farewell concert at London's Hyde Park
Elton John wowed concert-goers on Friday with a spectacular farewell gig which kicked off the American Express presents BST Hyde Park 2022  concert series - but it was his kids, Zachary, 11, and Elijah, 9, who got the biggest cheer of the night when their dad gave them an emotional shout out in the crowd, and pictures of their little faces were beamed onto the huge screens either side of the stage. RELATED: 10 rare photos of Elton John's childrenStaying up past their bedtimes to watch one of their father's last ever performances in London as part of his Goodbye Yellow Brick Road tour, the two little boys melted the hearts of concert goers when the doting father took a moment to thank them for coming along and cheering him from their special VIP seats.  The camera panned across Elton's kids and their school friends (PHOTO CREDIT BST)The Rocket Man paused his performance mid-way to give thanks to the important people behind the show - including his band. But the crowd went wild when he revealed that his two sons were actually watching the gig that evening, and he went on to then name both the boys, and also their school friends who had come along for the event. SEE: Elton John's husband David Furnish melts hearts with incredible video of their sonsMORE: Elton John and David Furnish 'so proud' of sons as they make a surprise appearance with Lady GagaThe big screens on either side of the stage then cut to a video showing the kids waving wildly, wrapped up warm in hoodies, beaming with pride from their exclusive vantage point. A post shared by Elton John AIDS Foundation (@ejaf)Elton is a proud dad to his two boysElton's performance was a real crowd-pleaser, kicking off the BST Hyde Park event in style for 2022.
Ed Sheeran lookalike moved to safety after fans at gig surrounded him for selfies
Ed Sheeran lookalike had to be moved to safety at one of the singer's gigs at the weekend, after fans surrounded the lookalike and asked for selfies.Wes Byrne, who has an uncanny resemblance to the Bad Habits singer, bought a ticket for Ed Sheeran's concert at Manchester's Etihad Stadium.However, he was mobbed by fans on his way to the bathroom, after they noticed his striking resemblance to the music superstar - and surrounded him for selfies.The growing crowd was feared to be creating a fire risk and security guards had to take quick action to move Wes to a different area of the stadium for his safety.Speaking about the moment, Wes told The Mirror: "I got lots of looks when I first walked in, but it wasn’t until the first person asked for a selfie that the floodgates opened."Nearly everyone knew I was a lookalike, although a few kids thought I was the real Ed."About 15 minutes before Ed came on stage, the queue for selfies with me was all the way down a line of steps and out an exit, so security told us to go with them to some executive seats.Wes, his sister and his nephew were moved from their seats to the VIP area - where tickets sell for over £1,000 - with Wes adding: "We weren’t complaining – it was a much better view."Alongside his day job, it is reported that Wes is also hired for extra work because of his resemblance to the singer, and is often stopped on the streets for selfies by fans of the singer.That's not all, as Wes was also invited to take part in an advertising campaign for Heinz Tomato Ketchup in 2019, where he met Ed Sheeran on set - standing in for the star in some of the shots.Wes said: "I was called in for shots that were meant to be the side and back of his head." For more of the latest showbiz