These are the artists who have said no to participate in the coronation of Charles III.
Next Saturday will be a very special day in the United Kingdom, as the coronation of Charles III, who will take over from his mother, the late Elizabeth II, will take place. The event will be a great spectacle with the participation of an incredible variety of world-renowned artists.
A star-studded lineup of music stars
Stars such as Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie, Andrea Bocelli, Paloma Faith, Tiwa Savage and Take That (although without Robbie Williams) will be the main protagonists of a night that promises to be unforgettable.
However, despite the list of world-class artists who will be performing at the Coronation Concert, there have also been some notable absences. The British Royal Family has had some difficulty putting together the list of artists, as some of the country’s most popular musicians have declined the invitation to perform at the event. These include the likes of Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Adele, Harry Styles and the Spice Girls.
These rejections have been justified by scheduling problems, as many of the artists have prior commitments abroad or are currently on tour. However, some question whether these excuses are genuine, given how important the event is. After all, Elton John has already used a pre-recorded performance in the past for a royal family event.
It promises to be an impressive show
Despite the notable absences, the Coronation Concert promises to be an impressive spectacle that will surely remain in the memories of all attendees. As coronation night approaches, the whole world is waiting with bated breath to see what will happen at this exciting event.