Bono, The Killers, Halsey And More Sing About The Lush Life On ‘Jimmy Kimmel’: Watch

Rachel Sonis | November 23, 2016 9:52 am

On Tuesday (November 22), Jimmy Kimmel hosted his second annual (RED) special, an episode of his show that is dedicated to raising awareness to AIDS. And in addition to inviting a slew of big names to help assist, the show host led everyone in a deprecating (but funny) singalong.

With The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers sat behind the piano, musicians Halsey and DJ Khaled were joined by actors like Kristen Bell, Channing Tatum, Julia Roberts, and Neil Patrick Harris to croon a number called “We’re Going To Hell.” Basically, the song is about celebrities living in a lap of luxury and thus having to contribute to charities in order to assuage their massive heaps of guilt. Also, Bono strolled out in his ’90s MacPhisto character by the song’s end to join everyone, which is quite a sight to see.

Elsewhere, the U2 frontman and Halsey joined legendary pianist Herbie Hancock to sing “What A Year This Has Been!,” a track about all that has happened in 2016.

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