Kanye West, Paul McCartney & Chris Martin Rock 12-12-12 Concert

December 13, 2012 9:57 am
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Hurricane Sandy might have left, but the need to help victims has not escaped the East Coast. In a special benefit concert called 12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief, the biggest names in film, TV and music came together to raise money for the Robin Hood Relief Fund.

It’s not too late to donate. You can text “RobinHood” to 50555, call 1-855- 465-4357 or donate online here. If you missed the show, here are five big moments everyone is talking about.

5. Adam Sandler Brings Laughs With “Hallelujah” Cover

Funny man Adam Sandler added his own twist to the classic song, “Hallelujah“. With humorous references to Lindsay Lohan, Mike The Situation and New York’s favorite athletes, Adam helped provide some much needed laughs to the East Coast region.

Adam Sandler performs during 12-12-12, the concert for Sandy Relief.

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4. Kanye West Raps In Leather Skirt

Many were shocked when Kanye West appeared onstage wearing a black, leather skirt. However, Kanye wore a similar look for his entire Watch The Throne tour. To be fair, he isn’t the only brave man to rock a skirt. Jared Leto did it in a shoot for Vogue UK in 2011.

Who rocked the man skirt? Jared Leto or Kanye West?

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3. Jake Gyllenhaal’s New Look 

Before introducing Billy Joel, “Love And Other Drugs” actor Jake Gyllenhaal discussed the effects of Superstorm Sandy on Long Island, NY. We couldn’t help but notice Jake’s long beard. Does it work for the former Sexiest Man Alive?

Jake Gyllenhaal appears at the 121212 concert.

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2. Alicia Keys Brings The Girl Power

Between Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, The Who, The Rolling Stones and many others, it appeared the men ruled the night at 12-12-12. Not true! Alicia Keys lit up Madison Square Garden with her huge hit “No One” and “Empire State Of Mind“. Another successful female singer, Diana Krall, would also appear later in Paul McCartney‘s closing set.

Alicia Keys performs at 12-12-12 in New York City.

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1. The Best In Music Collaborate Onstage

Whether it was Bon Jovi performing “Who Says You Can’t Come Home” with Bruce Springsteen, Chris Martin singing “Losing My Religion” with R.E.M. member Michael Stipe or Paul McCartney jamming with Nirvana‘s Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, the night was filled with epic collaborations. Well done East Coast, you know how to rock n’ roll.

Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen perform together at 121212.

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