SIR Elton John marked the end of the Concert For Diana with a rousing four-song set, paying tribute to the late Princess of Wales on Sunday (01Jul07). The Rocket Man singer closed the star-studded six-hour gig at London's Wembley Stadium with songs including Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) and Tiny Dancer - but he didn't perform Candle In The Wind 1997, the reworked song he played for the first and only time in public at Diana's funeral on 6 September 1997. John's finale followed his earlier stage appearance, when he opened the tribute concert with a stirring performance of Your Song. The Concert For Diana - which celebrated what would have been Diana, Princess of Wales' 46th birthday - saw acts including Duran Duran, Status Quo, Lily Allen, Kanye West, Nelly Furtado and reformed U.K. boyband Take That take to the stage to wow the packed venue. Veteran crooner Sir Tom Jones entertained fans with his cover of the Arctic Monkeys' hit, I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor, although his personalised version of the British rockers' song was almost unrecognisable. He also regaled crowds with a duet with soul star Joss Stone, covering Simply Red's Ain't That A Lot Of Love. The successful night included a special medley of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's theatre hits and a performance by the English National Ballet, of which Diana was patron. There were also appearances from Hollywood stars Dennis Hopper, Gillian Anderson and Kiefer Sutherland, who called the late princess "a loving and dedicated mother and a great icon of giving". Pre-recorded tributes from former U.S. president Bill Clinton, former British prime minister Tony Blair, and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, were also broadcast. The two princes weren't afraid to show they were enjoying the show either, as they danced along to songs by Furtado, Stone, West and rap star Pharrell Williams - and they even joined in with the 63,000-strong crowd, swaying side to side to Rod Stewart's emotional performance of Sailing. Diana, Princess of Wales died in a Paris, France car crash in August 1997.