Bruce Springsteen, Seth Meyers, Jon Stewart & Jim Gaffigan took center stage at the 12th Annual Stand Up for Heroes event in New York City. The celebs brought the laughs, while raising money for veterans. Keep reading for more details.
Bruce rocked out to the delight of the crowd. He also told a couple of "dirty jokes".
He then performed a duet with his wife, Patti Scialfa. They sang “If I Should Fall Behind”. The two have hit the stage together night after night in the Big Apple, for Springsteen on Broadway.
That wasn’t all the crowd got out of The Boss. He brought Eric Church on stage for a rendition of “Working on the Highway”. The country crooner's latest album, Desperate Man, recently topped the charts.
Jim made the crowd laugh at about his emergency appendectomy in Alaska. “I was a fat guy with a tummy ache,” he joked.
Seth also had the crowd in stitches at the expense of his wife. As OK! readers know, she gave birth to their son in April in the lobby of their apartment. "Our relationship with our doormen is now massively different," he said in front of the packed house.
Jon Stewart also contributed to the cause. The former Daily Show host spoke about taking his comedy tour to Scandinavia.
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