Alicia Keys and Jesse Metcalfe attended the Keep A Child Alive Black Ball in London on Wednesday evening.
The event celebrates the organization that has raised over $10 million for children and families with HIV/AIDS in Africa and India since Keys founded co-founded it in 2004.
Alicia arrived with her husband, Swizz Beatz, and pulled double duty co-hosting and performing at the event!
The singer took to the stage with British artists Paloma Faith and Beth Ditto to wow guests that paid £1,500 for a seat at the exclusive charity ball with an all female rendition of George Michael's Freedom.
Sounds like a fantastic evening dedicated to a fantastic cause! Click here to learn more about Alicia's awesome charity organization!
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