Pete and Carl Unite On Stage
The Libertines stars come together and play old classics
Pete Doherty and Carl Barat reunited on stage last night (April 12) to play 13 Libertines songs at Londons Hackney Empire.
The pair, who famously fell out towards the end of the Libertines days, came together at the second night of An Evening with Peter Doherty, in which Pete played songs, read poems and brought out guests.
In the second half of last nights show, Doherty marked Carls arrival onto the stage with a teasing introduction: "You've been waiting for this moment. Ladies and gentlemen Mr Carlos Barat...only joking! What do you expect for 25 quid?"
Then Carl took to the stage. In a nice hat.
The pair then played 13 Libertines tracks, including Time For Heroes, What Katie Did, Dream A Little DreamThe Delaney, and Dont Look Back Into The Sun.
As well as the Libertines songs, the pair also did lots of whispering, hugging, hand-holding and a spot of tap dancing. Awww.
And after being begged by fans to re-appear, the pair smashed their way through Cant Stand Me Now, watched lovingly by Petes lady Kate Moss - who Pete introduced at his show the previous night as his beautiful fiancee, amidst rumours and confusion about whether the pair are married, engaged or just plain old boyfriend and girlfriend.