Alicia Keys and hubby Swizz Beatz flew into the UK earlier this week and on Wednesday night the talented songstress hosted her annual Keep A Child Alive Ball in London – an event that raises millions every year to support families living with HIV/AIDS in Africa.
The bash took place at the Roundhouse in Camden, north London, and was a star-studded event, with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Beth Ditto, Mark Ronson, Paloma Faith, Chipmunk, Wretch 32 and Jay Sean all in attendance.
“It is a big deal because I think about all the children who don’t have a mum,” said the 30-year-old mother of one explained of her charity, which was founded in 2003. ‘They have to fend for themselves and look after themselves. What do they have left to do if they have no one around to protect them?”
”Pass Out’ rapper Tinie Tempah was even joined by the hostess for a rendition of his hit single ‘Written In The Stars’.
Alicia looked dazzling in a belted Givenchy Haute Couture gown and her and Swizz looked so happy together and so in love.