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Alicia Keys was in London last week for her annual Black Ball to benefit her charity Keep A Child Alive, where she was joined onstage by British rockers Kasabian.

Held at St John Smith Square in Westminster, the ball also featured an auction hosted by Thandie Newton that saw a massive number of rare celebrity items go under the hammer for charity. Items included the shoes worn by Keys in her Put It In A Love Song video with Beyonce, and a guitar signed by Kasabian. A photo opportunity with Keys and OK! Magazine went for £12,000, and the chance to record with Swizz Beatz – who has just announced he is the father of Keys’ baby – went to boyband JLS for £30,000.

Other stars spotted at the event were Katie Price, Bryan Ferry and Tinchy Stryder.

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