Taking London by storm, the biggest names in pop music attended the Universal music after party for the BRIT Awards 2014 at Soho House “Popup” Bar today (February 19).
"Burn" babe Ellie Goulding hit up the event, after winning the trophy for British Female Solo Artist, alongside 17-year-old superstar Lorde, who scored her first BRIT for Best International Female Solo Artist at the awards show.
Flexing her impressive pipes for a good cause, Florence Welch brought along The Machine for a performance at the The Sound of Change Live concert at Twickenham Stadium in the United Kingdom on Saturday (June 1).
Along with a helpful link, the 26-year-old vocalist tweeted on Thursday, "50 countries, 6 continents, 1 billion people. Find out where to watch #SOUNDOFCHANGE broadcast."
Well-known as a strong female figure in the world of music, Florence Welch from Florence + the Machine arrived at The Sound of Change Live concert at Twickenham Stadium in the United Kingdom on Saturday (June 1).
Also scheduled to perform later in the evening, the "Dog Days are Over" singer will reach a wide audience, as the show will be broadcast in six continents and over 150 countries.
Sponsored by Gucci, the show will raise money for nonprofits promoting female empowerment. Along with the trio of talent, Ellie Goulding, HAIM, Iggy Azalea, John Legend, Laura Pausini, Rita Ora, and Timbaland will take the stage at London's Twickenham Stadium.
Ready for an evening of good film, Florence Welch was in attendance at the world premiere of “The Great Gatsby” on Wednesday (May 1) in New York City.
The songstress looked lovely in a black floor-length dress, with low-cut bejeweled collar and matching neckerchief as she strolled down the arrivals carpet at the Avery Fisher Hall on her way to check out the movie.