Veteran actor Sir Michael Caine and legendary music producer Quincy Jones united in Las Vegas on Saturday to host a joint party to mark their recent 80th birthdays.
The famous friends both reached the milestone on March 14, and they belatedly marked the occasion with a bash at the MGM Grand Arena, to benefit memory disorders charity Keep Memory Alive and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
The music mogul's daughter Rashida Jones turned up at the event, as did stars including Whoopi Goldberg, Will Smith, Jordin Sparks, Snoop Dogg and Cindy Crawford.
Larry King took charge of the evening and told his Twitter.com followers, "I'm MC'ing Keep Memory Alive's 80th Birthday celebration in honor of @QuincyDJones & @themichaelcaine - Happy Birthday & many more!"
Jones documented his big night on his Twitter page and uploaded pictures of the guest performers, including Stevie Wonder and Bono.
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