Elton John plays the piano as sons dance around in crocodile costumes

Elton John plays the piano dressed as Elvis as sons Zachary, 9, and Elijah, 7, dance around in crocodile costumes and husband David Furnish wears a baseball kit for sweet Halloween skit

Elton John and his family celebrated having a stay-at-home-Halloween this week with a fun TikTok skit on Wednesday.

Posting it to the social media site, the singer, 73, was seen playing the piano dressed as Elvis, in a purple blazer, ruffled white shirt and black wig.

Sons Zachary, nine, and Elijah, seven, then popped onto the screen dancing along to one of the star’s greatest hits, Crocodile Rock, dressed as crocodiles.


Elton John and his family celebrated having a stay-at-home-Halloween this week with a fun TikTok skit on Wednesday where Elton dressed himself up as rock’n’roll legend Elvis

Throwing himself fully into the Halloween festivities, Elton went full swing with the fancy dress – skeletons, pumpkins, spiders, cobwebs and all.

Husband David Furnish, 58, dressed in Elton’s iconic Dodger Stadium Halloween costume.

This comes after six-time Grammy winner Elton revealed he has a legendary collaboration up his sleeve, amid his global farewell tour.

He recently unveiled his own fabulous special edition Barbie Doll, commemorating 45 years since he performed his sold-out two-night run at Dodger Stadium in October of 1975. 

Posting it to the social media site, the singer, 73, was seen playing the piano dressed as Elvis, in a purple blazer, ruffled white shirt and black wig

Sons Zachary, nine, and Elijah, seven, then popped onto the screen dancing along to one of the star’s greatest hits, Crocodile Rock, dressed as crocodiles

Iconic collab: Elton recently unveiled his own fabulous special edition Barbie Doll, commemorating 45 years since he performed his sold-out two-night run at Dodger Stadium in October of 1975

Hot ticket: The 73-year-old made history at the time with the two largest shows by a single artist, drawing more than 100,000 attendees (pictured in October, 1975)

The 73-year-old made history at the time with the two largest shows by a single artist, drawing more than 100,000 attendees.

He debuted the doll Thursday on Instagram, writing: ‘Barbie is an icon in her own right, so having her pay tribute to my work and personal style is a real honour. 

‘I hope that she inspires fans everywhere to fearlessly pursue their own dreams and limitless potential.’

The doll was pictured at a toy piano in a similar stadium concert setting, sporting a multi-colored ‘Elton’ bomber jacket with denim monogrammed bell bottoms and a pair of rainbow platform heels.

Perfect tribute: He debuted the doll Thursday on Instagram, writing: ‘Barbie is an icon in her own right, so having her pay tribute to my work and personal style is a real honour’


Center stage: The doll was pictured at a toy piano in a similar stadium concert setting, sporting a multi-colored ‘Elton’ bomber jacket with denim monogrammed bell bottoms and a pair of rainbow platform heels

Accessorizing: Her long curly blonde hair cascaded out of a purple bowler hat with a pair of chunky pink costume sunglasses

Long-time fan: Elton said of the collab: ‘My earliest memories of Barbie all involve fashion and even today, she still inspires our culture, not only fashion but in art and music too. Her legacy, I’m sure, will carry on forever’

Her long curly blonde hair cascaded out of a purple bowler hat with a pair of chunky pink costume sunglasses. 

Elton told People of his favorite accessory: ‘I’ve managed to accumulate quite the collection of sunglasses over the years – I think over 20,000 pairs.

‘When working with Barbie to create her head to toe look, I took inspiration from all of my favorite pairs I have worn over the years, and envisioned a Barbie pink with a bit of my flare. I think we nailed the final look.’

He added of the collab and his long-time love for Barbie: ‘I have always loved and embraced fashion as a means of self-expression.

‘My earliest memories of Barbie all involve fashion and even today, she still inspires our culture, not only fashion but in art and music too. Her legacy, I’m sure, will carry on forever.’

Farewell tour: Elton embarked on his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour back in September of 2018, with more than 300 stops planned around the world, the next leg postponed to September of 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic (pictured in September, 2018)

Taking a break: He recently revealed how he’s been spending quarantine, during an interview on BBC Radio 6 Music: ‘I have no interest in being Elton at the minute. So I’ve been working with other people, which is fun, and staying away from me’

Gay icons: The British music icon appeared on Lady Gaga’s Sine from Above on her sixth studio album Chromatica, which dropped in May (pictured in February, 2016)

The Elton John Barbie Doll is now retailing for $50, available at Barbie.com, Amazon, Target and Walmart.

Elton embarked on his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour back in September of 2018, with more than 300 stops planned around the world, the next leg postponed to September of 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

He recently revealed how he’s been spending quarantine, during an interview on BBC Radio 6 Music: ‘All I’ve been doing is finishing off a couple of musicals that I’ve written.

‘I did a [Lady] Gaga track. I have a few lyrics from Bernie Taupin, which are wonderful, but I have no interest in being Elton at the minute. So I’ve been working with other people, which is fun, and staying away from me.’

The British music icon appeared on Gaga’s Sine from Above on her sixth studio album Chromatica, which dropped in May, and he recently collaborated on tracks with Teyana Taylor and Gorillaz.

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