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Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 92nd birthday today with a star-studded concert at the Royal Albert Hall and viewers were a fan of every act… well, most of them anyway.
The set featured contemporary artists as well as songs from classic musicals and even a runner up from The Voice UK.
The world’s longest-reigning living monarch was treated to an array of acts which started with Tom Jones and was followed by Kylie Minogue.
Next up was Sting and Shaggy, which worked a lot better than it sounded on paper for many of you.
Then Frank Skinner performed George Formby’s ‘The Window Cleaner’ on the ukulele alongside Harry Hill and Ed Balls, which was a little different.
Also performing were the likes of Shawn Mendes, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Annie-Marie and Craig David.
Despite missing out on the big prize, Donel Mangena from The Voice UK also performed, but his unfortunately his grandmother didn’t appear with him as we’d hoped.
The concert will benefit The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, a youth charity of which The Queen in patron and soon-to-be-wed Prince Harry is president.
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