30 March, 2017
Commuters passing through St. Pancras International Station in London on Wednesday were treated to a public and impromptu performance from one of its famous passengers.
We can't wait to hear all the performances on our station pianos!
John, 38, sang his hits Ordinary People, All of Me and Surefire for ecstatic onlookers, who pulled out recording devices to capture the moment. "Do they still have that piano there?" he teased on Twitter before his arrival. "Do they still have that piano there?"
The La La Land star finished the set by standing on his piano stool to take a bow and blow a kiss to the cheering crowd.
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On wrapping up the 10 minute set he was then ushered through the station into a waiting auto.
Fans in St. Pancras expressed their excitement about his surprise appearance on social media.
Legend hinted in a tweet that he was planning to perform.
Legend was travelling without his wife Chrissy Teigen, who he was recently holidaying with in Morocco.