Chris Martin's stadium sized funeral plans
Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin has high hopes for his own funeral.
The 'Fix You' singer told Q magazine that when he dies, he doesn't really care about a service as such and instead would love to have a stadium sized musical celebration of his life:
"I don't really want a funeral. All I want when I die is a simple tribute concert at Wembley Stadium. That's all I ask. And maybe a covers album."
He also spoke frankly about his emotions and revealed that the older he gets the easier it is to suppress his feelings, adding "except on record":
"The last song to make me cry would be 'Back to Black' because she (Amy Winehouse) died, but that record moves me anyway."
"I'm 35. I don't cry any more, I just tense my muscles and grit my teeth. I'm getting progressively more English, managing to learn how to suppress all my feelings, except on record."
Watch the band perform 'Paradise' at Austin City Limits festival here:
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