Bruce Springsteen Dances In The Dark With 89-Year-Old Grandma

02/04/2016
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(Radio.com) Lately, Bruce Springsteen's River Tour has been packed with moving tributes and homages, from David Bowie to the Eagles' Glenn Frey. There was a happier note Tuesday night in Toronto when the Boss brought an octogenarian grandmother named Evelyn onstage to help him out with "Dancing in the Dark."

The story gets even better: Evelyn was at the show to celebrate her 89th birthday. Rocking leggings and a leather jacket, Evelyn looked right at home in the pit.

Memorably, Courteney Cox filled that role in the music video years before she appeared on Friends. Evelyn became that iconic "lucky fan" to join Springsteen as he sang the hit before an arena. Watch the video here.

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