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FutureStarrThe Coronation Concert: Elton Adele and Harry Styles Have Said No - So Can Robbie Williams
Reports indicate that music greats and current A-list stars have all declined the opportunity to perform at King Charles' Coronation Concert this spring. In addition to Elton John, Harry Styles, the Spice Girls, Rolling Stone reports Adele and Ed Sheeran also declined the invitation.
On the day after the coronation, Windsor Castle will host a concert featuring an array of performers. It also includes a choir made up of singers from across the UK - including refugee choirs and NHS singing groups.
Reports indicate a number of top artists have declined an invitation to perform at the coronation concert, including Harry Styles, Elton John and The Spice Girls. According to multiple news outlets, these musicians had been asked but had conflicting schedules.
King Charles III reportedly called Harry Styles, who is currently touring his "Love On Tour" show in Coventry, England and told him he "will not be able to take part." Additionally, Elton John has been in the news recently after testing positive for COVID-19.
According to The Daily Mail, Prince Charles has been heartbroken over Princess Diana's passing and chose not to join in the coronation ceremony.
Though many may be disappointed that their favorite musical artists are declining this opportunity, it's probably for their own best interests. By declining this offer, they can focus on developing their careers without being distracted by a royal event which, unfortunately, tends to be somewhat downer-filled.
At present, there are numerous scandals in the UK that are leaving people feeling uneasy. One such instance involves sexual assault allegations against Prince Andrew which have only served to add fuel to this fire, making some even more anxious about his upcoming coronation.
Whatever the cause, it's evident that this event is not suitable for today's musical artists. Rather than spending their energy performing at an event which would only draw out a fraction of their fans, they should focus on developing their actual careers in music instead.
Due to this, fans should probably forgo the coronation concert and instead visit a stadium where they can sing along to their favorite songs. It would be much simpler and more entertaining, I can assure you.
Adele has proposed this idea and will be appearing on an ITV special next month with Alan Carr and Elton John. This will be Adele's first live concert in the UK since June 29 2017.
One Direction singer Harry Styles is among a group of artists who have declined to perform at Buckingham Palace's coronation concert on May 7. This will mark the first time a British monarch will be crowned in over a century.
This event was expected to feature music legends like Elton John, Adele and the Spice Girls; however, all have turned down the offer so far - including Prince Harry himself.
Styles, 31 is a British singer-songwriter and actor best known as part of the all-male band One Direction. He has released several successful albums and singles with an emphasis on pop music; winning two Grammys and receiving a Brit Award in recognition for his achievements.
His debut album, Harry Styles (2017), reached the top of the charts in many countries. His second studio album, Fine Line (2019), also earned critical acclaim and included the hit song "Watermelon Sugar," which won both a Grammy for best pop solo performance and Brit Award for best British single.
Styles has earned critical acclaim for his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in Christopher Nolan's war film Dunkirk, which went on to become an international success and earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Film. Aside from acting, Styles also has a history in fashion - appearing on Vogue magazine's cover in 2017.
Harry was born in 1994 in Redditch, Worcestershire to Anne Twist and Desmond Styles who both worked in finance. As a result, both Harry and his sister Gemma were raised by their mother.
In 2010, he auditioned for The X Factor, a British television show featuring aspiring musicians. He performed Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely" as his audition song and Oasis' "Stop Crying Your Heart Out" in a later round, but was ultimately eliminated from competition.
After failing to make the finals of The X Factor, Styles joined Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson for One Direction - a global hit that would go on tour around the world. His third album Harry's House (2022) broke several records and earned him three Grammy awards including album of the year.
The Spice Girls were one of the world's most beloved female pop groups, selling millions of albums, singles and merchandise worldwide. Their success was due to their distinctive personalities which were showcased through fashion lines, music videos and television shows. When their debut album Spice was released in July 1997 it quickly went on to sell over 1 million copies worldwide, becoming its genre's best-selling record.
The group skyrocketed to fame with the release of their debut single, "Wannabe," which went on to become one of the highest-charting singles ever and an international smash hit. Their clever lyrics and pop-punk aesthetic earned them widespread admiration within the industry. Furthermore, their debut album sold seven million units within two weeks - setting a new record for fastest-selling debut albums ever!
They quickly achieved iconic status in British and global pop culture, thanks to their infectious songs. Their self-titled debut album was a major hit, while Spiceworld quickly followed suit as an international phenomenon.
In addition to their music, the Spice Girls' image and style spawned numerous edgy fashion trends. In 1998, they released their own film, Spice World: The Movie, which sold over two million tickets worldwide and became one of the most successful films at that time.
The Spice Girls have sold more than 35 million albums and 25 million singles worldwide, cementing themselves as a major influence in British music. Their songs have been covered by many renowned artists, such as Justin Timberlake and Kelly Clarkson.
After releasing their self-titled debut album in 1997, The Spice Girls embarked on a world tour. They performed at the 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards and earned awards for both performance and songwriting.
The Spice Girls had a series of hits during the late 1990s and early 2000s, including "Spice Up Your Life," "Fantastic," "Pepsi Girl" and "Wannabe." Their second album 'Spiceworld' was an enormous success both in the UK and US.
On the coronation concert: Elton Adele and Harry Styles have said no - so can Robbie Williams join them?
Reports that all major stars have declined to perform at King Charles III's coronation have revealed that Robbie Williams too has declined an offer. As reported by The Sun and Daily Express, his decision is due to a scheduling conflict with his Take That bandmates.
Robbie Williams is a renowned music star, yet his career has been plagued by substance abuse issues in the past. In 2002, he sought treatment and has since been sober.
British singer Paul Weller has been a mainstay in the UK pop scene for over two decades. Throughout his career, he has released numerous hits and amassed an adoring fan base around the world.
His debut album, 'Life Through A Lens', was released in 1997 and quickly reached number two on the UK singles chart. Soon after, a second studio album called 'I've Been Expecting You' followed, also becoming a success.
At this time, Robbie began dating several women and had affairs with All Saint Nicole Appleton and Geri Halliwell (from Spice Girls). Additionally, he was linked to Cameron Diaz.
He moved to Los Angeles in an effort to break into the American music industry, but his struggles with substance abuse and depression proved too great for him to ignore. Ultimately, he was sent to 'Clouds House Drink and Drug Rehabilitation Clinic' for treatment.
Robbie may or may not return to the UK in the future; his home is in Los Angeles but he remains immensely popular in his home country.
Since Robbie Williams began his career in the early 1990s, the music world has undergone dramatic changes. His songs now reflect a more contemporary sound and he is now widely regarded as one of Britain's greatest singers.
After the success of his debut solo album, he released another highly sought-after release called "Escapology", which proved popular both in Europe and Asia as a departure from what he had made before.
The lead single from the album, 'Bodies', did not have quite the same impact in America as it did elsewhere due to not receiving much radio airplay here.