'80s stars play gig in the sky


Music fans took to the air with pop stars from the 1980's in an attempt to break two world records for the British charity Comic Relief.

Helping to break the world record for the highest concert in the sky were '80s pop stars Kim Wilde and Tony Hadley.

The two artists performed a 22-minute set for passengers 43,000ft (13,000m) up in the sky.

Hits played included You Keep Me Hangin' On and Kids in America by Wilde, while Hadley performed his famous Spandau Ballet track Gold.

The previous record was held by singer James Blunt who performed at 42,080ft (12,825m).

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