Kate Moss led a conga line through a Take That concert on Wednesday night (25.11.09).

The supermodel laughed and giggled as she directed a line of dancing partygoers around the Tabernacle venue, in London's Notting Hill, to the 'Dirty Dancing' track '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' while her celebrity friends - including model Pixie Geldof - watched on in amusement.

Once the 35-year-old beauty reached the dancefloor she began dancing the Macarena with her pals.

The celebrity revellers were joined at the PlayStation3 SingStar Take That Extravaganza by hundreds of other guests who turned out to support the band as they launched their karaoke computer game and promote the HIV charity Body and Soul.

Take That - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald - teamed-up with British comic James Corden for a rendition of their 2007 hit 'Rule The World'.

The band got a little emotional as they told the crowd the evening reminded them of the intimate concerts they used to perform when they first started out.

In celebration of Take That's 19-year long career, some of Britain's newest stars - including Paloma Faith, Taio Cruz and Speech Debelle - also took to the stage to entertain the audience with their versions of the band's hit records.