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Two acts of kindness for the price of one!
The Coldplay frontman teamed up with some middle schoolers for a pediatric cancer research charity concert called #Chords2Cure on Monday, and decided to teach the teens Prince's classic Raspberry Beret.
It's a good thing Chris is such an accomplished musician, because the 8th grade band named A-Side had never even heard of the song before! LOLz!
We're sure Prince would appreciate all the hard work you put in, everyone.
Ch-ch-check out Chris and A-Side's cover of Raspberry Beret (below)!!!
It's been nearly a month since Joey Feek succumbed to terminal cancer — and her widower Rory and 2-year-old daughter Indiana are trying to pick up the pieces.
"Indy and I are trying to adjust to our new life at home. To the empty chair at our table and pillow on the other side of my bed. Desperately missing Joey and carrying her in our hearts with us everywhere we go."
One big change is that now little Indy is enrolled in preschool — a developmental center for kids with special needs that Joey helped pick out months before her passing:
Who does like homework??
Certainly not Gwyneth Paltrow!
The actress admitted on KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday that the process of getting her kiddos Apple and Moses to do their school work brings out the "worst" in her.
We're sure she was only half-kidding! LOL!
The 43-year-old shared:
"Honestly, it is when the worst of my personality comes out. I'm pretty much calm and normal and patient and a nice person but at homework time, I'm such an asshole."
We can't blame her!! They're teaching kids some difficult stuff these days!
Miz Paltrow — who shares her children with ex Chris Martin — also said that her 9-year-old boy is a little more difficult to motivate:
"It's a combination of their frustration about not wanting to do it but having to do it, especially my son. My daughter is very responsible and she'll just do it but he, there's just a whole process that he goes through."
We'd honestly be more surprised if homework was a joyous occasion! Ha!