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Bono and Jimmy Kimmel Sing 'We're Going To Hell'

11/24/2016
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(Radio.com) Jimmy Kimmel invited an all-star cast to join him to shine a light on AIDS awareness in his second-annual (RED) special. Kimmel led a singalong of a funny song called 'We're Going To Hell."

The premise of the tune is that celebrities have all the luxuries in life, so they need to help people with AIDS, or they will go to hell.Channing Tatum and Neil Patrick Harris appeared to be in charge of choreography, tap-battling on the soft white carpet.

Julia Roberts, the Killers, Halsey, and DJ Khaled filled out the ensemble. Toward the end, known AIDS-awareness activist Bono showed up as his MacPhisto character as a devilish antagonist. Watch it here.

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