A ladies' barbershop chorus was invited to the American embassy to sing for guests on presidential election night.
Capital Connection, of South Ruislip, welcomed people to the party at the embassy in Grosvenor Square, London, last Tuesday.
The choir had been invited to be part of the entertainment by the US ambassador, Robert Tuttle.
Linda Stevens, the group's show team manager, said: "The ambassador's secretary sings in our chorus and she got us a gig there in February.
"They enjoyed us so much that they invited us back. We sang a lot of American songs and a lot of people thought we were American, but we were very proud to represent the UK.
"There were other artists there performing and we saw lots of famous faces.
"We were very honoured to be there and part of that special night."
The group has been running for 25 years, and meets at South Ruislip Community Centre in Deane Park, Long Drive, every Wednesday at 7.45pm.