Coldplay performed with Take That's Gary Barlow, The Killers... and a special appearance from U2's Bono... all on the same stage at the same time!
Coldplay rushed from the BRIT Awards, from which they left empty-handed despite being up for four prizes, across London to perform at a charity show for War Child at the 02 Shepherd's Bush Empire. They were firstly joined by Gary Barlow - who had played their hit single 'Greatest Day' at the BRITS earlier - for a rendition of the boy band's classic song 'Back For Good'.
As he introduced the group, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin joked: "I think everyone agrees the band to see at the moment is Take That. We've just got back from Japan, lost all the BRITs, it's been a shit day frankly, but it's going to get better, please welcome Mr Gary Barlow!"
The War Child show was opened by The Killers - whose frontman Brandon Flowers had presented the Pet Shop Boys with their Outstanding Contribution To Music prize at the BRITs, before joining the pop duo on stage to close the ceremony .
The concert was closed with an impromptu collaboration between Coldplay, Flowers and U2 singer Bono who performed a version of The Killers track 'All These Things That I've Done'.
1. Life in Technicolor
2. Violet Hill
4. In My Place
8. Fix You
9. Viva La Vida
10. Back for Good (featuring Gary Barlow)
11. All These Things That I've Done (with The Killers, featuring Gary Barlow and Bono)
See exclusive pictures and videos from those who managed to get lucky tickets here onwards. [thanks laura84]
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