Sunday 14 October 2001 9:25pm
Mick Jagger will appear at Paul McCartney's fundraiser in New York.
It will be their first time on stage together since 1964.
Other stars now confirmed for the event include Elton John, Janet Jackson and Bono.
David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend of The Who, Billy Joel and Bon Jovi are also billed to perform, a spokesman for McCartney says.
Hollywood stars Meg Ryan, Jim Carrey, Susan Sarandon, Mike Myers, John Cusack and Michael J Fox will also join the singers.
The last time Jagger and McCartney shared a stage was when the Beatles and Rolling Stones played at the NME poll winners party.
The show on October 20 is to take place in front of 20,000 people at the legendary Madison Square Garden.
It will be televised live to an expected worldwide audience of three billion.
The climax is expected to be a "supergroup" of up to 30 stars singing one emotional anthem together.
Proceeds, which are expected to be around £25 million, will go straight into the city's relief fund.
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