Coldplay frontman Chris Martin dedicated the band's recent hit 'In My Place' to their newest high profile fan, Gwyneth Paltrow, at the band's second Wembley show last night (October 21), say nme.com.
The Hollywood actress was in the audience at Wembley Arena to hear the dedication midway through Coldplay's encore. However, she was not the only woman singled out by the frontman - Martin also dedicated songs to his mother, who was also in the crowd.
The band were in ebullient mood throughout the show, with Martin frequently describing the day as the best of his life. Coldplay had earlier picked up the Q magazine Album of the Year award for 'A Rush Of Blood To The Head'.
It was Coldplay's second night at the 12,000 capacity arena. They held an aftershow party at west London's Cobden Club to celebrate. Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and James Nesbitt, star of ITV's 'Cold Feet', were present.
Coldplay move to Belfast tomorrow night (October 23) before finishing their tour in Dublin on October 27.