Supermodel Kate Moss turned karaoke queen by teaming up with Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour in front of celebrity guests at a charity event.
Moss was one of the judges at last night's contest, which also included a turn from her boyfriend, to raise more than half a million pounds for children's charity the Hoping Foundation.
But she then took to the stage herself - to the surprise of guests such as Sienna Miller, Mario Testino, artist Lucien Freud, Guy Ritchie and Tracey Emin - to sing George Gershwin's standard Summertime with Gilmour after the crowd cheered them on stage.
Moss's boyfriend, The Kills' guitarist Jamie Hince, had opened the Hoping's Got Talent show at London's Cafe De Paris with pop star Lily Allen, singing a duet of Dream A Little Dream Of Me.
Allen and Hince beat Moss and Gilmour by a whisker in the fundraising stakes by raising £48,350 from the audience, who placed bids for each act to perform. Moss and Gilmour took £47,600.
Moss is said to have taken singing lessons in preparation for the event, despite her track record of guest vocals. In the past she has sung on Primal Scream's version of Some Velvet Morning and duetted with then boyfriend Pete Doherty, performances that haven't received rave reviews. She also appears on the new Lemonheads album Varshons.
Moss was on the panel of celebrity judges at the Hoping's Got Talent event - a spoof of Britain's Got Talent - along with Louis Walsh and Jeremy Clarkson.
Other performers included Suggs who mimicked Susan Boyle for a bid of £10,000, while Will Young performed ballet in a fat suit.
Little Britain's David Walliams performed in character as failed children's TV presenter Des Kaye, while novelist Will Self performed a "surrealist act of strength" on a bicycle, accompanied by assistants Sadie Frost and Kimberley Stewart.
Pogues star Shane MacGowan also appeared performing a duet of his hit Fairytale Of New York with artist and director Sam Taylor Wood.
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