Chris Martin and Bruce Springsteen filled in for an injured Bono during a charity event in Times Square, New York for World AIDS Day Monday, Rolling Stone reported. Kanye West and Carrie Underwood also joined U2 on stage to bring awareness to the disease.

Bono was hurt in a “high energy bike accident” in Central Park last month where he sustained various facial fractures, but the show went on with the band changing its name to “u2 Minus 1” for the night.

Kanye performed “Black Skinhead,” “Power,” “Jesus Walks,” “Touch the Sky” and “Stronger,” wrote. Martin helped U2 perform “Beautiful Day” and “With or Without You” and Springsteen helped with “Where the Streets Have No Name” and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.”

Bono Singer Bono of U2 speaks at the European People's Party (EPP) Elections Congress in Dublin March 7, 2014. Photo: Reuters/Suzanne Plunkett

"The world reached a tipping point in the fight against AIDS -- more people were newly added to life-saving treatment than were newly infected with the virus,” Bono said in a statement, according to Rolling Stone. “A lot of people are calling it the beginning of the end of AIDS.” He added the show Monday night served to thank people who have fought against AIDS and to inform others about the treatment available. "This year is a World AIDS Day like no other," he said.

The goal of (RED), founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver in 2006 to encourage involvement in the fight against AIDS, is to have an AIDS-free generation. The group was active on social media Monday and posted the full performance to YouTube.

Those who want to donate can go here and Bank of America will match the gift, (RED) tweeted.

At the end of the show, the Twitter account thanked the performers. 

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