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  M.   November 22, 2011

Gemma Arterton unleashed her inner rock chick at a charity do last night when she belted out a Rolling Stones hit

The English screen siren performed classic Sympathy For The Devil for an A-list audience at the glittering bash.

Kate Moss, members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jonathan Ross, Jeremy Clarkson, Eva Herzigova and Jarvis Cocker all attended The HOPING Foundation Variety Show: A Benefit Evening For Palestinian Refugee Children at the Café De Paris in London.

And Gemma has made no secret of her musical ambitions, having previously revealed: “Sometimes I think I should do more singing than acting.

“I don’t know if I could do it professionally but it’s definitely a passion of mine.”

But not to be outdone Moss took to the stage as well – joining Boy George while he performed his Culture Club hit Do You Really Want To Hurt Me.

At a previous HOPING do the supermodel joined Pink Floyd star Dave Gilmour on stage for a rendition of classic Summertime.

Three members of the Chili Peppers – Chad Smith, Flea and Anthony Keidis – also performed.

And Jarvis Cocker opted to forgo the stage and sing his offering to the night’s entertainments from on top of a table.

The event raised £380,000 for HOPING – which stands for Hope and Optimism for Palestinians in the Next Generation.

The foundation provides grants to grassroots community associations in Palestine who work with young people in its refugee camps.

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