Taron Egerton Singing 'Tiny Dancer' With Elton John Is A Total Swoonfest
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Taron Egerton by himself is already a swoonfest.

The star of both Kingsman films is a career dreamboat and he knows it, 100%.


For example, take a look at him in this Giorgio Armani CUSTOM MADE tuxedo:

And look at him just casually hanging out at the piano like a little lounge lizard:


And being adorable with his little sister:


There aren't enough heart eyes emojis in the world.

Thankfully, Egerton in all his tuxedoed glory swept in with Sir Elton John at the keys to close out the viewing party at the Elton John AIDS Foundation of the 91st Academy Awards after the weirdest acceptance speech ever from the team of worst Best Picture winner Green Book.


Elton John & Taron Egerton - 'Tiny Dancer' (Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party) www.youtube.com

UGH. HOLD ME CLOSER TARON EGERTON.

-Ahem- Excuse us, we mean, "Hold me closer Tiny Dancer."

Egerton's voice soars with each carefully crafted note, and the addition of Sir Elton John on the keys made this moment magical.





Egerton is actually slated to play Elton John in the upcoming Elton John not-quite-biopic-but-not-quite-not-biopic Rocketman, which the actor says will be an interesting take on John's "formative years."

"It's a fantasy musical so it's actually his songs used to express important beats in his life at emotional moments. He's not the only character that sings. It's going to be fun."









The two also took the cutest Instagram photo ever to bring the night home:





Rocketman is slated for release on May 31st, 2019.

The cast is slated to also include Jamie Bell as Bernie Taupin, Richard Madden as John Reid, Bryce Dallas Howard as Elton John's mother Sheila Eileen, as well as Charlie Rowe, Gemma Jones, Kit Connor, Kamil Lemieszewski, and Steven Mackintosh in as of yet unnamed roles.

Is it May yet? If this video is even a small bit of what we can expect, Rocketman will blow us away.

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