London Olympics 2012: Spice Girls, Pet Shop Boys, Muse & More Confirmed For Closing Ceremony
Been wondering who will be performing at this Sunday’s A Symphony Of British Music closing ceremony concert at the London Olympics? Our handy Who’s Who guide of both rumored and confirmed artists should have given you a few tips, but now some of those rumored crooners from across the pond have been officially revealed to indeed be participating, thanks to snaps UK paper The Sun ran today.
The photos show various artists like Spice Girls (we can’t wait for this), Pet Shop Boys (whose Olympics-leaning single “Winner” was released this week) Queen‘s Brian May, Jessie J and more rehearsing at a Ford car plant in East London for Sunday’s big event. Head below for a list of who will be doing what at A Symphony Of British Music as the Olympic games come to an end!
:: Each individual Spice Girl is shown standing atop a black taxi cab while singing.
:: Likewise, it looks like Jessie J will be singing while standing in the back of a convertible.
:: Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe from Pet Shop Boys apparently will be performing while whizzing across the stage in winged rickshaws.
:: Rapper Tinie Tempah is shown rehearsing in front of a mic on stage.
:: Annie Lennox will wear a lavish outfit with what looks like wings or a black flag draped behind her while standing on some sort of mast-like platform.
:: Brian May is seen playing guitar with a female singer (her back is to the camera).
Other artists shown or confirmed by The Sun to be taking part in the closing ceremony concert: George Michael, One Direction, Kate Bush, Fatboy Slim, Madness and Katy Perry‘s ex-husband, comedian Russell Brand.
MTV News also notes today that Muse, who penned single “Survival” specifically for the Olympic games, are confirmed to hit the stage during the show.
Do you need any more reasons to tune in? We’ll certainly be glued.