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Pictures: Who's in Band Aid 30?

The Band Aid 30 recording of Do They Know It's Christmas has been released. Do you recognise all the famous faces singing on the charity song?
The Band Aid 30 recording of Do They Know It's Christmas has been released. Do you recognise all the famous faces singing on the charity song?
Band Aid 30 stars
Milan Amin-Smith and Grace Chatto from Clean Bandit sang along and also recorded some of the instruments for the track. They're best known for their pop hit Rather Be.
Milan Amin-Smith and Grace Chatto
Chart-topper Ed Sheeran flew in from his tour in Germany to take part in the song. He sings: "At Christmas time we let in light, and we banish shade."
Ed Sheeran
Rita Ora was the first to record her lines on the day. She had to leave early so she could travel to Salford to record The Voice. She sings: "And in our world of plenty we can spread a smile of joy."
Rita Ora
Soulful singer Sam Smith laid down his voice for the track too. He said: "I'm very excited to do something for the cause and that's the main thing for me." He sings: "Throw your arms around the world at Christmas time."
Sam Smith
Paloma Faith said she was "honoured" to take part in Band Aid 30 and got on so well with One Direction that she wanted to join the boyband!
Paloma Faith
Singer and musician Chris Martin, from the band Coldplay, performed the song ten years ago as part of Band Aid 20 and has returned for Band Aid 30.
Chris Martin
You'll recognise Emeli Sande from the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games where she performed her hits.
Emeli Sande
Guy Garvey was also involved in the Olympic Games. He's the lead singer of a band called Elbow and produced the BBC's theme tune for the Olympic Games.
Guy Garvey
Dan Smith is the lead singer of a band called Bastille. He got to sing new lyrics about Ebola, that have been changed from the original version of the song.
Dan Smith
These boys probably need no introduction! One Direction kicked off the song which was a big honour. Band Aid organiser Bob Geldof said that section was the "hardest" to sing because it's the most recognisable. They sing: "It's Christmas time, there's no need to be afraid."
One Direction perform Band Aid 30
Bono, the lead singer of rock band U2, has now appeared in three versions of Do They Know It's Christmas. He sang the same section of the song back in 1984, but the lyrics have now been updated to reflect the Ebola crisis.
Bono
R&B artist Seal has topped the album chart twice, in 1991 and 1994. He'll be hoping Band Aid 30 also makes it to the top of the chart.
Seal
Pop star Ellie Goulding has previously released her own charity song How Long Will I Love You for BBC Children in Need. Now she's lending her support to Band Aid 30.
Ellie Goulding
Sinéad O'Connor is a singer and songwriter who became really famous in the 1980s. She stayed over at organiser Bob Geldof's house the night before the recording and specifically requested the lines she wanted to sing as they meant the most to her.
Sinéad O'Connor
Olly Murs has had huge pop success after leaving the X Factor with four chart topping songs.
Olly Murs
Roger Taylor from legendary rock band Queen played the drums in the song.
Roger Taylor from Queen
Also appearing in the chorus were vloggers Joe Sugg and Alfie Deyes (top right), Band Aid organiser Bob Geldof (top, centre in the light shirt), Karl Hyde from band Underworld (peeping over Bob's shoulder) and vlogger Zoella (in between Ed Sheeran and Angélique Kidjo). Midge Ure who wrote the original song, is on the bottom row, at the left. The track is already available to download and a CD version is planned for December. Bob Geldof said all the performances were so good, he wanted to make multiple versions of the song.
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There weren't enough lines for everybody to get a solo, but Jessie Ware still gave up her time to join in the chorus.
Jessie Ware
Angélique Kidjo is a Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter.
Angélique Kidjo