All five living former presidents took to the stage at a benefit concert to raise funds for disaster relief Saturday night.

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The five leaders joined together to raise money for victims of the recent hurricanes that have devastated the U.S.

The group appeared on stage and held their hands over their hearts while the national anthem played.

They were later spotted in the audience watching the concert.

The joint effort has raised $31 million for disaster relief, the campaign announced hours before the concert.

President Trump did not attend the event, but sent a video message to be played at the concert, thanking the former presidents for their efforts.