West End Actors Create Flash Mob in London (Video)

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On April 11 over 100 stars from top West End musicals transformed London's Trafalgar Square into a stage of their own when they broke out into a flash mob in support of Love146, a non-profit organization working to abolish child sex slavery and exploitation.

The flash mob was captured on film in just one take as a crowd continuously grew larger for a performance of Annie Lennox's "Little Bird."

Dancers from musicals such as Wicked, Mamma Mia!, We Will Rock You, Love Never Dies and Priscilla Queen of the Desert emerged from the streets when the crowds began to gather. Rachel Tucker, currently starring as Elphaba in the West End's Wicked, was the first vocalist to start singing "Little Bird." She was joined by Priscilla's Charlotte Riby, Portia Emare and Gemma Atkins.

For more information on Love146, visit www.love146.org.

To check out the flash mob performance, look below:

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