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30 December 2016, 11:15 | Updated: 2 November 2017, 15:29
The star surprised visitors to Crisis in West London with an impromptu performance.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin stunned a group of homeless people, volunteers and staff at a shelter this week with a surprise performance.
The 39-year-old turned up unannounced at a West London refuge to sing some of his own hits, as well as playing tribute to George Michael with Wham!'s 'Last Christmas'.
Volunteers at the Crisis centre took to social media to express their gratitude at the generous act of the music star.
Crisis posted a video of their celebrity guest singing alongside one of the shelter's regulars known as the 'King of Karaoke'.
We love to see a star using their fame to do good – well done Chris!