Emeli Sande pperforms benefit show for Prince Charles' charity
Scottish soul star Emeli Sande performed in London on Sunday at a fundraising concert for Charles, Prince Of Wales' youth charity.
The Next To Me hitmaker took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall in the capital to perform tracks from her acclaimed debut album Our Version of Events, and was joined by hip-hop stars Professor Green and Labrinth as special guests.
She has vowed to hand over proceeds from ticket sales to The Prince's Trust, which gives financial support to disadvantaged youngsters in the U.K.
Sande, who is an ambassador for the Trust, took to her Twitter.com page on Monday to express her delight at performing her first solo show at the prestigious venue.
She writes, "My (cell phone) battery died last night so I didn't get to say this... Everyone at the RAH (Royal Albert Hall) last night... that was just... INSANE!! It feels like a dream!!! I wanna do it all over again! Huge MASSIVE thank you to Professor Green and Labrinth for joining me on stage last night and making such an epic night!!!"
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