Elton John & Charlie Puth Perform ‘After All’

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The Kelly Clarkson Show published this video item, entitled “Elton John & Charlie Puth Perform ‘After All'” – below is their description.

Elton John and Charlie Puth perform their new song “After All” off Elton’s upcoming album “The Lockdown Sessions” out on October 22.

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