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Stevie Wonder brought some mourners to their feet when he sang a rousing "I Won't Complain" at a friend's funeral.

The singer had called the MGM Grand hotel-casino to request his favorite limousine driver and was told he had been shot to death. Wonder asked to sing at the funeral.

Some of the 150 mourners at the New Bethel Baptist Church jumped to their feet and clapped when Wonder sang Monday for Charles Lee Redmond, who drove Wonder around Las Vegas when he visited.

Redmond died Oct. 13, allegedly killed by a dancer who had stalked him. She later took her own life.

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