Coldplay's Chris Martin played a beautiful tribute to George Michael during a surprise appearance at west London's Crisis charity.
The A-lister spent the day at the homeless charity's west London branch and sang the much loved festive classic to remember the 53-year-old Wham singer, who died on Christmas Day.
Those working at the centre on Tuesday (December 27) said it had been a highlight after a hard year's work at the centre.
Nish Manek called the singer a "legend" and tweeted: "Huge shout out to to the amazing Chris Martin for dropping by to our Crisis west London shelter to play for guests."
She told getwestlondon : "I would also like to add the hard work the volunteers have been doing there.
"This was my first year helping as a doctor, and I'm used to being humbled by kindness in the NHS, but this was a whole new degree of humility and hard work."
Volunteers watched on in delight as he sang with one of the centre's guests, Kevin, after a day of helping out at the shelter.
Soph Donovan tweeted to say it had been a "Christmas highlight" to meet the singer.
The George Michael tribute was one of many kind gestures carried out to remember the music performer.
Cards and flowers were left after droves of fans placed them outside the star's home in Highgate.
Michael's death is still being treated as unexplained but not suspicious after a post mortem examination was carried out on Thursday (December 29).
The result of the post-morteum was "inconclusive."
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