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Paloma Faith sings for Sir Tom Jones at gig

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Paloma Faith sings for Sir Tom Jones at gig

Paloma Faith sang for Sir Tom Jones at an intimate gig in London last night (26.08.15).

The 'Can't Rely On You' hitmaker impressed the 'Delilah' singer and thrilled competition winners at the MasterCard Priceless Moments evening at The Savoy Hotel with renditions of Etta James' 'At Last', Sinead O'Connor's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' and Tina Turner's 'River Deep Mountain High'.

And Paloma, 34, had people in stitches when she introduced the night and joked about being terrible with money.

She quipped: "I'm not very good with credit cards. I don't have them because I don't trust myself. I mean this is all part of me luring you in to a false sense of security.

"So well done MasterCard for taking a risk with someone who's probaby going to go straight to the heart of the matter."

The Hackney born singer is Sir Tom's replacement on the judging panel of BBC One talent show 'The Voice' and although he has slammed the BBC for the "deeply insulting" way in which they axed him, he came out for the gig and wished the petite star well.

She said after the show: "Performing tonight was an incredible experience, from the intimate crowd to the beautiful venue. It was great to be able to create a jazz club atmosphere and perform songs that I wouldn't normally, in relaxed surroundings."

Fans can enter to win tickets for upcoming exclusive Priceless Gigs taking place this summer at PricelessSurprises.co.uk