Coldplay’s Chris Martin surprises homeless with George Michael tribute performance

From the Telegraph

Chris Martin performing at Glastonbury CREDIT: ANDREW COWIE/EPA

Chris Martin paid his tribute to George Michael — who was famously charitable — by surprising a group of homeless people with a performance of Wham!’s Last Christmas.

The 39-year-old stunned the group of homeless people, volunteers and staff at a Crisis shelter in west London.

He performed some of his own hits as well as the popular Christmas single.

During the show, he dedicated it to George Michael.

Although the star performed the under-the-radar show with no publicity, some news of it escaped onto social media.

Someone believed to be a Crisis volunteer posted a picture of himself and Chris Martin on Instagram, writing: “That moment when Coldplay’s Chris Martin drops into the Crisis at Christmas shelter, with no fuss, no fanfare and no press, to help make tea and coffee and also play guitar so the guests can have a sing song.

“Thank you for coming down and getting stuck in.”

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