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In pictures: Mandela's birthday gig

Stevie Wonder

A host of stars attended and performed at a concert to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 91st birthday - including Stevie Wonder.

Wyclef Jean and Queen Latifah

Wyclef Jean and Queen Latifah also took part in the celebrations at the Radio City Music Hall in New York on Saturday.

Chris Chamelon and Baaba Maal

Chris Chamelon and Baaba Maal took to the stage together.

Lil Kim and Cyndi Lauper

Mandela did not attend the concert as doctors deemed him too frail to travel. Before the gig Lil Kim revealed how Mandela had inspired her.

France First Lady Carla Bruni and Dave Stewart

French First Lady Carla Bruni and Eurythmics founder Dave Stewart took to the stage together. Her husband, President Nicolas Sarkozy, sat cheering in the audience.

Alicia Keyes and Angelique Kidjo

Alicia Keys and African artist Angelique Kidjo performed the spiritual Afrika.

Aretha Franklin and Josh Groban

Aretha Franklin joined Josh Groban for his You Raise Me Up song. Afterwards Groban told the crowd that performing with Franklin had been "the thrill of a lifetime".

Alfre Woodard, Forest Whitaker and Martin Luther King III

Actors Alfre Woodard and Forest Whitaker attended, along with Martin Luther King III.



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