Nile Rodgers performed at a BRITs after-party.
The 61-year-old musician took to the stage with his band Chic at the Warner Belvedere bash, held in London, on Wednesday night (02.19.14) to perform a half- hour set in front of his showbiz pals.
Noel Gallagher, Florence Welch, David Haye and the Arctic Monkeys watched on as the group sung out their hits, including 'Good Times', 'Everybody Dance', 'We Are Family' and 'I Want Your Love'.
Kylie Minogue then jumped up on stage and joined them for the song 'Le Freak', with her sister Dannii Minogue cheering and supporting them from the front row.
Meanwhile, Nile - who collected Daft Punk's BRIT Award for them at the glamorous ceremony - recently admitted drugs used to be an "important" part of his life, but he quit his habits because his career meant more to him than partying.
He said previously: "I felt that that would be an impingement on my ability to play music.
"I remember reading an article by Keith Richards saying he could live without drugs but he couldn't live without music and I feel exactly the same way.
"My life revolved around music but drugs were an important component, just as much so as any intellectual property or breathing or eating food."