Your personal feelings on the Bee Gees really don't matter in the slightest, as the group's legacy stands regardless. In that spirit, we should all be able to find something to enjoy about Pharrell and Bono's new rendition of the group's most iconic song, "Stayin' Alive."
The two performed the 1977 Saturday Night Fever soundtrack classic as part of Jimmy Kimmel's annual (Red) benefit special Monday night. "This is our fourth year doing this and no (Red) benefit special would be complete without a special duet," Kimmel told the Los Angeles crowd when introducing what I hope will immediately go on to become a two-person supergroup. "In the past, we've heard music from Chris Martin, from Halsey, from Brandon Flowers. Tonight, prepare to experience the music of the Bee Gees like you've never heard it before, performed by two men with no last names."
Catch that performance up top, then—if you're up for it—revisit the original (which currently boasts a wild 340 million views) below:
Pharrell most recently landed on planet Mike Will for the Creed II soundtrack cut "The Mantra," featuring Kendrick Lamar.
Bono, meanwhile, also recently linked with Pulitzer Kenny on a pair of tracks: the Damn. cut "XXX" and the U2 single "Get Out of Your Own Way."