Benedict Cumberbatch joined David Gilmour on stage in London last night (September 28) to sing a classic by Gilmour's old band Pink Floyd.
Benedict Cumberbatch showed off his pipes Wednesday night when he joined Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour onstage at Royal Albert Hall to sing “Comfortably Numb.”
Fans went wild hearing Cumberbatch sing the Pink Floyd classic.
Gilmour was playing the third of his five-night residency at London’s Royal Albert Hall when he was joined by Cumberbatch for ‘Comfortably Numb’ from Pink Floyd’s 1979 album ‘The Wall’.
Benedict, 40, who was dressed in blue, took to the stage for the encore to sing a few verses of 1979 Pink Floyd track Comfortably Numb.
“Who knew he could sing?” Gilmour asked the crowd after the actor took a bow following his impromptu performance.
As huge cheers rang out, the actor darted off stage.
Watch Benedict Cumberbatch singing Comfortably Numb with David Gilmour video below!