Benedict Cumberbatch Sings Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ At Royal Albert Hall

During tonight’s performance at London’s famed Royal Albert Hall, Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour brought a very special guest onstage to sing — albeit one we usually don’t associate with his vocal skills: Benedict Cumberbatch.

Benedict joined Gilmour and his band onstage for the encore, handling lead vocals on a few verses of the 1979 hit from the band’s iconic double album “The Wall”.

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“Who knew he could sing?” Gilmour asked the audience as the “Sherlock” star took a bow to huge applause before making a quick exit offstage.

So how’d he do? Take a listen:

The magical musical moment was shared by concert attendees via social media:

Perfect night thank you #benedictcumberbatch #davidgilmour #bandofdelights

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