King Charles’ Coronation Concert: Tom Cruise, Nicole Scherzinger, Winnie The Pooh Set For King Charles III’s coronation Concert. The Concert is set to be a memorable occasion as stars to be confirmed for the concert, which will take place in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
King Charles’ Coronation Concert: To be attend by Tom Cruise, Winnie The Pooh and Nicole Scherzinger:
The coronation of King Charles III is set to be an occasion to remember as the latest stars to be confirmed for the concert in the grounds of Windsor Castle the day after the historic ceremony are Tom Cruise, Nicole Scherzinger and Winnie the Pooh.
Tom Cruise, Winnie the Pooh and Nicole Scherzinger have been added to the lineup of King Charles’ coronation concert. pic.twitter.com/i7xIR2IPRW
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It won’t be the trio’s first brush with royalty, with all three having attended previous royal events. Cruise was a guest at Princess Diana’s funeral in 1997, Pooh was invited to a children’s garden party at Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth II’s 80th anniversary in 2006, and Scherzinger performed at Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee last year. The honorees had participated in a contest, reports Variety.
For the coronation, which will honor King Charles’ ascension to the throne following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth last year, Cruise and Pooh will appear alongside ‘Dynasty’ star Joan Collins, singer Tom Jones, Courageous Bear Grylls and dancer Oti Mabuse . a series of pre-recorded VTs in which they would reveal “little-known facts about King”.
Recently confirmed for the concert are Paloma Faith, Tiwa Savage, Steve Winwood, Olly Murs and club DJ Pete Tong, who will be playing his Ibiza classics.
King Charles’ Coronation Concert:
The concert will feature world-renowned pianist Lang Lang as well as recent ‘The Piano’ winner Lucy.
Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor will also appear on stage to give a spoken word performance to introduce the Commonwealth Virtual Choir.
They will join a cast including Katy Perry and Lionel Richie who were announced earlier this month.
‘Downton Abbey’ star Hugh Bonneville will host the proceedings being produced by BBC Studios.
“The U.K. has been my home away from home for many years, so it means a lot to me to lend my voice through the gift of song. The song I will be singing is such a powerful, moving song. And having Sharing the stage with Lang Lang will be a dream come true for me; a once-in-a-lifetime performance.”
About King Charles’ Coronation Concert:
Kate Phillips, Director of BBC Unscripted, said: “I am delighted that even more world-class names have joined the line-up for the Coronation Concert, which is broadcast live on the BBC. Against the spectacular backdrop of Windsor Castle, It’s going to be a jam-packed evening full of memorable moments that Her Majesty and everyone in Britain can enjoy!”
The king’s coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6. The coronation ceremony will take place on the evening of Sunday, 7 May.