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The 28-year-old pop star Katy Perry became one of such stars who are dropping by farewell concert tour `50 and Counting' by The Rolling Stones. Perry reached Las Vegas for a short-while on May 11 and sung a duet song with front man Mick Jagger concert which is a classic song `Beast of Burden' from the album from the 1978 album `Some Girls'.
On the stage of MGM Grand Garden Arena, Perry impressed all her fans with her sexy vibes along with the trademark moves of Jagger, thus winning accolades from all its fans. After her performance, Perry tweeted, "Yes, I just did gyrated on Mick Jagger. WHAT?! #Stones50".
Before Perry made an appearance on the concert of `50 and Counting', two other stars Gwen Stefani and Tom Waits also performed with the band on stage. While Stefani sung `Wild Horses' on May 3 concert with Jagger in Los Angeles, Waits performed with band on May 5 in Oracle Arena in Oakland by singing a rendition of Sam Cooke's `Little Red Rooster'.
Another noteworthy performance on these concerts was by Madrigal Singers from Green Valley High School. They sung `You Can't Always Get What You Want' which they have to learn it in two weeks.