PHOTO: John Legend entertained London commuters Wednesday morning. (photo via Flickr/PopTech)
John Legend lived up to his name while visiting London.
The artist was faced with quite the dilemma as he prepared to depart a Eurostar train at St. Pancras station. Was there still a public piano available at this location, and what would he do when he got there?
The answers inevitably led to a wave of social media posts that showed Legend entertaining the London masses with such songs as “All of Me.”
CNN compiled some of the videos for this highlight reel of a magical moment.
Here are some more images splashed across social media.
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Of course, this isn’t the first time commuters at St. Pancras received an impromptu concert from a renowned artist. Its website explains the reason Legend had a piano just lying around at the busy station: It’s all thanks to a February 2016 Elton John concert performed at that very location.
The station’s website explains that the legendary singer left the piano when he was done and along with the following message on it: “Enjoy this piano. It’s a gift. Love, Elton John.”
As the website continues, “The piano is available for everyone to enjoy.” This includes, as it would seem, other major recording artists.