Molly Meldrum mesmerizes the crowd at an Elton John concert

Last night it was a full moon when Elton John serenaded a packed stadium full of fans – but it wasn’t in the sky.

Molly Meldrum joins Elton John on stage at AAMI Park in Melbourne on January 13, 2023.

Molly Meldrum joins Elton John on stage at AAMI Park in Melbourne on January 13, 2023.

For the first Melbourne show of the music superstar’s farewell tour, John was unexpectedly pushed onto the stage at AAMI Park by longtime girlfriend and Australian icon Molly Meldrum.

After a hug and a quick kiss, John returned to the piano to perform The bitch is back with Meldrum by his side, dancing and singing.

But soon the dancing turned into something else as Meldrum dropped his pants to knee height and gave the crowd a full view of his bare bottom – a scene that was projected onto the giant screens on either side of the stage, presumably to make sure none – one missed.

John took the moonlight in stride and continued the performance as if all were normal, exchanging a few words — and another kiss — with a laughing meldrum before the screens went black and the recorded graphics were beamed back up to the stage again.

Earlier in the evening, Meldrum was singled out by John as he thanked his friends who were present.

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Elton John performs again in Melbourne tonight. Whether Meldrum will join him is not yet known.

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Jaclyn Diaz

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