Kate Moss has paid £20,000 to hear Boy George sing one of his greatest hits.

The British supermodel attended a recent benefit to aid The Hoping Foundation, which aims to help people in Palestinian refugee camps.

A number of pop stars were there, with the audience encouraged to bid before they performed. The singers could only take to the stage once enough money had been raised.

“Kate is a massive Boy George fan and Do You Really Want To Hurt Me is her favourite track. She would probably have gone higher if needed,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

George was thrilled with the figure Kate offered, so even let her join in with the track.

British TV stars Jonathan Ross and Alan Carr hosted the Monday night event, which was held at the Cafe de Paris in London.

Pulp star Jarvis Cocker raised £15,000, but the biggest act of the night were the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The American band generated £65,000 to take to the stage.

Light relief came in the form of actress Gemma Arterton, who was dressed in skin-tight leather trousers and performed The Rolling Stones track Sympathy For the Devil.

In all, £393,000 was raised for the organisation.

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