Bidder pays $100K for a private Wonder show

New York: A mystery bidder is reported to have paid a generous amount for a Stevie Wonder`s private performance of his classic "Superstition" at his home.

Following Wonder`s appearance at the benefit for Paul Newman`s Hole in the Wall Camps at Lincoln Center, the charity received an unexpected "after hours" donation of 100,000 dollars for an intimate, one-song concert with the superstar, the New York Post reports.

The event, which raised more than 3 million dollars, attracted Meryl Streep, Bette Midler, Lyle Lovett, Renee Zellweger, Bill Cosby and John Mellencamp.