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Elton John Let Stevie Wonder Drive a Snowmobile by Himself

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Elton John Let Stevie Wonder Drive a Snowmobile by Himself

Elton John Let Stevie Wonder Drive a Snowmobile by Himself

Elton John Let Stevie Wonder Drive a Snowmobile by Himself The "Rocket Man" hitmaker revealed the story while on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'

The occasion happened during a visit at the Caribou Ranch recording studio.

On the show, John joked that he let Wonder drive to "get rid of a music rival." 69-year-old Wonder has been blind since childhood.

Elton John, on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Elton John, on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' John added that he still doesn't know how Wonder was able to drive the snowmobile without anyone getting hurt.

The music legend goes more into detail about the funny moment in his new autobiography, 'Me.'

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