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26 Superstars in One Video


By IMAGE
08th Oct 2014
26 Superstars in One Video

The members of One Direction.

How many stars can you fit into one song and accompanying video? LOADS, if the BBC’s new charity single, God Only Knows, is anything to go by.

Here you’ll find Elton John (he always shows up for these things doesn’t he), One Direction, Sam Smith, Chris Martin, Pharrell Williams, Stevie Wonder and… well, if we continued to list all 26 international superstars by name we wouldn’t get much else done all day. Consider them ‘The Impossible Orchestra.’

Frontman and co-founder of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, takes centre stage for the re-imagining of their ever popular hit which we first heard back in ’66. Brings us straight back to Love, Actually. All the proceeds go to Children in Need.

What do you think?