On Friday, BBC announced the latest performers and entertainers slated to make an appearance at the monarch’s May 7 concert, which is set to take place on the grounds of Windsor Castle just a day after Charles and Queen Camilla are crowned at Westminster Abbey.
In addition to the “Top Gun” actor ― who rubbed shoulders with Prince William and Kate Middleton just last year ― BBC announced that the concert will feature Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls, a Dame Joan Collins cameo and some pre-recorded bits from Bear Grylls and Sir Tom Jones.
Winnie the Pooh will also stop by the king’s festivities in some capacity. It’s unclear if Paddington Bear, who made an appearance at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee last year, was booked already.
Previously announced acts for the concert include the English pop group Take That, Andrea Bocelli, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry.
Both Richie and Perry actually share close ties to Charles. Perry is an ambassador for Charles’ charity, The British Asian Trust, while the “All Night Long” singer is a global ambassador for the monarch’s Prince’s Trust charity.
Perry told Extra! earlier this week that she is “grateful” to be performing during the historic weekend. The “California Girls” singer added that she’s also really excited about the high-end accommodations that come with the gig, as she’s been invited to stay at Windsor Castle.
“I might be posting [on social media] a lot because I’m gonna be in a castle, for real,” she admitted. “This is wild.”