A group of 300 people from the homeless community have enjoyed their moment in the spotlight by performing at the Royal Opera House in London.
The special performance of "With One Voice" was part of the Olympic Cultural Festival and marks the first time homeless people have been part of the Olympics.
Charity Streetwise Opera enlisted people, who are homeless or who experience homelessness in their lives, to create a choir for the special event.
Performer Drew Foster, who's battled and overcome alcohol addiction, said: "It's given us a massive amount of self-esteem. It's given us a massive sense of pride. It's given us a huge sense of hope that anything is possible.
"Three years ago, before I joined Streetwise, I'd virtually given up on life. I never thought I'd see theatres like this."