Coldplay frontman Chris Martin visited KK Hospital when in S'pore

Good man.

Belmont Lay | April 04, 2017, 03:04 PM

Coldplay frontman and just a regular guy Chris Martin was in Singapore recently playing to more than 100,000 people on March 31 and April 1.

Besides writing hits, selling out arenas and making up songs on the spot about Singapore, Martin paid KK Women's and Children's Hospital a visit when he was here.

According to the tweet, Martin was at the public hospital on April 1, before the band's second performance at the Sports Hub.

When there, he had also given out tickets to the night's concert, presumably to the hospital's staff.

The image above showing hospital staff has been pixelated as it is most likely to protect the identities of the children who were also photographed, as they could have been patients at the ward Martin visited.

When Guns N' Roses were in Singapore for a Feb. 25 show, they were also photographed by fans on the street who saw the band members as they took time off exploring the island.

But you can always count on good guy Chris Martin to make a visit to the local hospital.


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