To celebrate the queen’s 92nd birthday on April 21, a concert to end all concerts will be held at Royal Albert Hall in London. The party will be produced by the BBC ― because who among us wouldn’t want their party produced by a major media outlet ― and will air on live television in the U.K.
The list of performers includes Sir Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Craig David, Anne Marie, Shawn Mendes, Sting, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Shaggy. A motley crew to say the least.
For one, we have this to say:
Additionally, we’re going to need the BBC to have cameras on the queen during Shaggy’s entire performance. We’re not sure if he’ll be singing “It Wasn’t Me” just yet, but let’s be real: That would be a gift for the world, more so than it would be for the queen.
If you want the chance to see all this perfect madness go down in person, tickets for the concert are on sale on the Royal Albert Hall’s website.
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