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A host of stars joined British boy band Take That in London last week for a very special charity party with a twist.

The PlayStation3 SingStar Take That Extravaganza was held in Notting Hill to launch the band’s new karaoke computer game and raise funds for Body and Soul, a charity dedicated to supporting children, teenagers and families across the UK who are living with or are closely affected by HIV.

The event saw famous faces such as Lily Allen, Paloma Faith, Rachel Stevens and Pixie Geldof party the night away as Gary Barlow and the boys performed renditions of their best known hits. Model Kate Moss was even spotted leading a conga line through the crowd.

Find out more about the charity at its official website.

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