Diamond Jubilee Concert: Watch Will.i.am, Gary Barlow, Cheryl Cole & Jessie J’s Performances

Jun 5th, 2012 // 1 Comment
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Over 200 musicians took to the stage outside Buckingham Palace in London last night to perform the official Diamond Jubilee composition “Sing” for Queen Elizabeth II, including songwriters Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Weber, British choir Military Wives, the African Children’s Choir and Indigenous Australian artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. The spectacle was a moving one, as thousands of people watched the outdoor performance and waved their British flags high as images of the Queen from over the decades played on big screens above.

But that was just one moment during the Diamond Jubilee Concert. Head below to catch performances by Cheryl Cole (she’s sounded better), will.i.am (so has he), Jessie J, Stevie Wonder (who dedicated “Isn’t She Lovely” to the “young 86-year-old” Queen), the amazing, winged Annie Lennox, Elton John and Paul McCartney. (And then catch Kylie Minogue‘s medley here.)

Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band — ”Sing”

Gary Barlow & Cheryl Cole — ”Need You Now”

Will.i.am & Jessie J — ”I Gotta Feeling”

Jessie J — ”Domino”

Annie Lennox — ”There Must Be An Angel Playing With My Heart”

Stevie Wonder (featuring will.i.am) — Medley

Elton John — Medley

Paul McCartney — Medley


  1. Judeth Fenton

    Loved the Jubilee concert and please pass on to Gary Barlow how much I loved his collaboration with Andrew Lloyd Webber for the Jubilee song. I also enjoyed the documentary showing its evolution. That made it all the more interesting. My grand-daughter is 4 and she loves it and sings along to it all the time! Gary should have written the Eurovision song. We would have stood a chance then. Thanks for a great week end.

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