Coldplay's Chris Martin: "We Were So Proud To Be Part Of Paralympics Closing Ceremony"

12 September 2012, 10:46

The 'Paradise' singer thanks fans for supporting the group through their Olympic Stadium performance.

Coldplay's Chris Martin has said the band were felt "so proud" to be part of the London 2012 Paralympics Closing Ceremony.

The group played 16 songs during the celebrations at the Olympics Stadium in Stratford on Sunday (9th September), which were entitled the Festival Of Flame.

In a message on Twitter, Chris said the group had "the best time" performing at the event.

"Thank you so much for your kind messages about the Paralympics closing ceremony," he wrote.

"We had the best time and were so proud to be part of it. CM."

Coldplay were joined during their performance at the Paralympics by Rihanna, who sang 'Princess Of China' and 'We Found Love'.

Coldplay and Rihanna perform together at the Olympics Stadium as part of the London 2012 Paralympics Closing Ceremony:



The US singer also returned later alongside Jay-Z to perform 'Run This Town' backed by Chris and the rest of Coldplay.

The ceremony marked the official finale of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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