Adele and Harry Styles did not perform at the Platinum Party at the Palace, which was one of the main highlights of the 4-day celebration honoring the Queen’s 70 years of service.
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Adele and Harry Styles are said to have turned down the opportunity to perform at Platinum Jubilee over the weekend.
The Platinum Party at the Palace was one of the main highlights of the four-day celebration honoring the Queen’s 70 years of service earlier this month, where a host of global superstars took to the stage outside the Palace. Buckingham Palace for ceremonies two and one. – pre-concert on June 4.
Wanted concert organizers include Adele, 34, who lives in Los Angeles, following her dramatic comeback last year.
However, their hopes were dashed after Adele, who was awarded the MBE for music services in 2013, rejected the method.
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A source told the Daily Mail: “They were told she couldn’t do it. Scheduling issues, or the like, were given as an excuse.
“It caused a lot of surprises, especially when she was awarded an MBE. After all, how many opportunities will there be to perform in front of Buckingham Palace for the Queen?”
Former One Direction star Harry, 28, was on a world tour but that didn’t happen with the Platinum Party at the Palace and he headlined Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Coventry last week.
No explanation has been given for Harry turning down the invitation, with one source simply saying: “He’s been asked”.
The Queen’s Queen had a comedic cameo to start the concert progress as she enjoyed a cup of tea and a marmalade sandwich, which she kept in her handbag just in case. emergency”, with Paddington Bear.
The pair then began tapping teaspoons into their tea cups to the beat of the Queen’s hit song We Will Rock You as the British rock band and Adam Lambert opened the door. The event attracted many stars, with vocal Diana Ross closing the show in her first live performance in the UK in 15 years.
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Other artists such as Alicia Keys, Duran Duran, Andrea Bocelli, Nile Rodgers, Diversity and Eurovision star Sam Ryder also performed in the evening.
The likes of Sir David Attenborough, David Beckham, Dame Julie Andrews and Emma Raducanu paid their respects to the Queen during the concert, which was attended by many members of the royal family including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their children George and Charlotte, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
The Queen was unable to attend the performance due to “a bit of discomfort” on the first day of the celebrations.
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