Benedict Cumberbatch Joins David Gilmour for ‘Comfortably Numb’

By Tim Staskiewicz

David Gilmour is finishing up his 2016 touring schedule with a residency at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

With only two nights remaining, the Pink Floyd guitarist invited a special guest on-stage Wednesday night to help him close out the show.

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As Gilmour played the beginning chords of Comfortably Numb, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch appeared and began singing the opening verses.The Sherlock star stuck around right up until singing: “That’ll keep you going through the show; Come on, it’s time to go.” With that, he left the stage, allowing Gilmour to finish out the song and show.

You can watch the full performance below.

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