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Party At The Palace (03.06.2002)
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Party At The Palace (03.06.2002)

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The Party at the Palace was a concert held in London in 2002. The event was in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II held over the Golden Jubilee Weekend 1–4 June 2002. The concert itself was held at Buckingham Palace Garden on 3 June 2002. It was the pop/rock equivalent of the Prom at the Palace, a classical music event. Tracklist: 1. Brian May on Palace roof, Roger Taylor & Ray Cooper - God Save The Queen 2. Ricky Martin & Mis-Teeq - The Cup Of Life & Livin' La Vida Loca 3. S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin' 4. Annie Lennox - Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves 5. Phil Collins & Roger Taylor - You Can't Hurry Love 6. Atomic Kitten - Dancing In The Street 7. Will Young - I Heard It Through The Grapevine 8. Blue - Get Ready 9. Emma Bunton - Baby Love 10. Mis-Teeq - Stop In The Name Of Love 11. Tom Jones - Sex Bomb 12. The Corrs - The Long And Winding Road 13. Toploader - Dancing In The Moonlight 14. Shirley Bassey - Goldfinger 15. Bryan Adams - Everything I Do (I Do It For You) 16. Tom Jones & Blue - You Can Leave Your Hat On 17. Queen - Radio Ga Ga 18. Queen & WWRY Cast - We Will Rock You 19. Queen, WWRY Cast & Will Young - We Are The Champions 20. Queen & WWRY Cast - Bohemian Rhapsody 21. Tony Bennett - If I Ruled The World 22. Annie Lennox - Why 23. Sir Cliff Richard - Living Doll 24. Sir Cliff Richard, Brian May & S Club 7 - Move It 25. Ozzy Osbourne & Tony Iommi - Paranoid 26. Sir Elton John - I Want Love 27. Brian Wilson - California Girls 28. Brian Wilson & Eric Clapton - The Warmth Of The Sun 29. Brian Wilson & The Corrs - God Only Knows 30. Brian Wilson, Emma Bunton, Atomic Kitten & Sir Cliff Richard - Good Vibrations 31. Eric Clapton - Layla 32. Steve Winwood - Gimme Some Lovin' 33. Joe Cocker, Brian May & Steve Winwood - With A Little Help From My Friends 34. Ray Davies - Lola 35. Rod Stewart & J'anna Jacoby - Handbags & Gladrags 36. Eric Clapton & Sir Paul McCartney - While My Guitar Gently Weeps 37. Sir Paul McCartney, Queen, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker & Ladysmith Black Mambazo - All You Need Is Love 38. Sir Paul McCartney, Queen & Everyone - Hey Jude
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A Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
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A Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

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  • Updated: 27 May 2014
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The Queen, along with The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Beatrice, attends the first Garden Party of the summer at Buckingham Palace. Approximately 8,000 guests attend each garden party. People from all walks of life are invited on the recommendation of a large number of national organisations. This ensures that a representative cross-section of the community is invited and that guests are generally people who have contributed a large amount to their various organisations or society. http://www.royal.gov.uk
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Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace: Behind the Scenes
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Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace: Behind the Scenes

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Take a look behind the scenes as Gardeners prepare for the annual Garden Palace garden parties. Three are hosted each year at Buckingham Palace with over 8,000 guests attending each one. Here gardeners reveal the preparation that goes into keeping the lawn look immaculate and roses in full bloom. More about Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace here: https://www.royal.uk/garden-parties
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THE QUEEN'S GARDEN | Garden Party | PBS
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THE QUEEN'S GARDEN | Garden Party | PBS

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Premieres Sunday, January 11, 2015, 10:00-11:00 p.m. ET on PBS. With permission from Queen Elizabeth, this program covers a year in Buckingham Palace Garden, exploring the history and the natural history of this remarkable hidden royal treasure in the heart of London.
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Cheerful Queen hosts garden party at Buckingham Palace
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Cheerful Queen hosts garden party at Buckingham Palace

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The Queen laughs with guests as she and Prince Philip host a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
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Buckingham Palace Garden Party
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Buckingham Palace Garden Party

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Invited To Buckingham Palace Garden Party (Long Version)
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Invited To Buckingham Palace Garden Party (Long Version)

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Took my gran out for the day to go and visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace. This was from the garden party in May 2017.
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Ozzy Osbourne   Tony Iommi   Paranoid Buckingham Palace Garden, London, 2002  downloaded with 1stBro
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Ozzy Osbourne Tony Iommi Paranoid Buckingham Palace Garden, London, 2002 downloaded with 1stBro

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OZZY OSBOURNE-TONY IOMMI.PARANOID-PARTY AT PALACE
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Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
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Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

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  • Updated: 24 Jul 2008
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Guests from the Commonwealth Secretariat describe their afternoon at the Palace.
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The Queen makes clear her thoughts on succession at Buckingham Palace reception
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The Queen makes clear her thoughts on succession at Buckingham Palace reception

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The Queen has told foreign dignitaries of her 'sincere wish' that they pick Prince Charles to take over as leader of the Commonwealth during a large summit at Buckingham Palace. Her majesty and the heir to the throne have welcomed heads of states to the palace for the formal opening of the two-day Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. In a highly unusual move, the Queen, who turns 92 on Saturday, made clear her thoughts on succession, as she said she hoped her son would be able to 'carry on the important work started by my father in 1949'. The position is not hereditary, but Prince Charles, who is also the heir to the thrones of 16 Commonwealth nations, is expected to get the nod, despite some unease among ardent republicans.
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Take a Peek Inside London's Buckingham Palace—Where Do the Royals Party and Dine?
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Take a Peek Inside London's Buckingham Palace—Where Do the Royals Party and Dine?

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A king and queen don't live in a house. They live in a palace. And on the new series The Royals, which is centered on a fictional, modern-day British monarchy, the royal family is surrounded by acres of land and dozens of servants to tend to their every need. But what about the real-life royals? As it turns out, they're living extremely well too. Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence for royalty since 1837, which means that Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William and all the other members of the British royal family spend lots of time there. But what's it like behind those palace gates? E! Online is inviting online viewers to take a tour of the 775-room royal residence and see how royals really live. http://feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/tvnews/~3/nUYCUYtOru0/take-a-peek-inside-london-s-buckingham-palace-see-where-the-royals-party-and-dine http://www.wochit.com
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Queen and Royal party appear on Buckingham Palace balcony
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Queen and Royal party appear on Buckingham Palace balcony

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  • Updated: 05 Jun 2012
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Queen Elizabeth appears on the balcony to wave to the crowds who have gathered to see her. They also witness a flypast and 'feu de joie'. Report by Ashley Fudge. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn See our Diamond Jubilee playlist: http://bit.ly/N8Tou8 The flotilla on the Thames: http://youtu.be/F9WKCbwCWPE The best bits from the flotilla: http://youtu.be/zHF7viVJnJg Prince Charles' speech at the Jubilee concert: http://youtu.be/u8R84_tPrM0 The Royal procession: http://youtu.be/QtjQFPkXxv4
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Harper Beckham Birthday Party At Buckingham Palace - Help From Princess Eugenie & Sarah Ferguson
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Harper Beckham Birthday Party At Buckingham Palace - Help From Princess Eugenie & Sarah Ferguson

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  • Updated: 10 Jul 2017
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In this video we will be taking a look at Harper Beckham Daughter of David and Victoria as she celebrates her birthday party at Buckingham Palace with the help of Princess Eugenie and Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York. Thank you for watching this video, if you have enjoyed it then please leave a 'like,' comment and share on social media. Don't forget to subscribe for all the latest uploads. Enjoy my videos? Then why not become a Royal Reviewer Patron! Royal Reviewer now available on Patreon! Check out the rewards! Www.patreon.com/royalreviewer Royal_Reviewer on (Instagram) - Exclusive Content http://royalreviewer.blogspot.co.uk/ 'follow' on https://twitter.com/royal_reviewer 'like' on https://www.facebook.com/RoyalReviewerUK
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Brian May - 'God Save The Queen' on the roof of Buckingham Palace (Golden Jubilee 2002)
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Brian May - 'God Save The Queen' on the roof of Buckingham Palace (Golden Jubilee 2002)

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Party At The Palace Part Eight
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Party At The Palace Part Eight

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The Party at the Palace was a pop concert held in London in 2002. The event was in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II held over the Golden Jubilee Weekend 1--4 June 2002. The concert itself was held at Buckingham Palace Garden on 3 June 2002. It was the pop equivalent of the Prom at the Palace, a classical music event. he concert was held at the gardens of Buckingham Palace Garden as part of the Golden Jubilee. The event was touted as the greatest concert in Britain since Live Aid or possibly ever. Tickets to the event were determined by a lottery. 12,000 people attended the concert.[1] An estimated 1 million people watched outside the Palace in The Mall and around the Queen Victoria Memorial,[2] and 200 million on television.[3] The concert included performances of many hit songs from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The event was the culmination of a national day of partying. The BBC Music Live Festival also occurred on the day. At 1:00 towns across the United Kingdom had bands play "All You Need Is Love" before church bells were rung around the country. Amongst others, performers included: Paul McCartney,[4] Bryan Adams, Keith Airey, Brian May[5] and Roger Taylor of Queen, Atomic Kitten, Dame Shirley Bassey,[6] Tony Bennett, Blue, Emma Bunton, Eric Clapton, The Corrs, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Ray Davies, Dame Edna Everage, Tony Iommi, J'anna Jacoby, Elton John, Tom Jones,[7] Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Annie Lennox, Ricky Martin, Ozzy Osbourne,[8] Mark Andrew-Brydon, Mis-teeq, Cliff Richard,[9] S Club 7,[9] Rod Stewart, Will Young,[5] Ruby Wax, Belinda Carlisle, Brian Wilson, Steve Winwood, Tony Vincent, Hannah Jane Fox Also performing was the London cast of the musicals We Will Rock You and Mamma Mia!. Several newspapers mentioned the absence of The Rolling Stones. The Stones said the event conflicted with their upcoming world tour. The concert began with Brian May performing "God Save the Queen" on the roof of Buckingham Palace as a guitar solo with support from the orchestra onstage in the Garden far below.[10] This sequence was spectacularly filmed, including some upward photography of May in full "rock god" mode and shots of the crowd in the Garden below. It has become an iconic moment and Brian May himself has said in interview that he hoped that he would strike the last chord at the same time as the orchestra in the gardens far below. Once it was finished, said May, the arm and fist went up, and the guitar was free, for it had done its work.[11] Ozzy Osbourne recently said in the same interview that this was the greatest moment of his career and pronounced the Queen to be "a beautiful woman." Phil Collins played drums for many of the artists, as well as singing his 1983 UK Number One single "You Can't Hurry Love". Queen drummer Roger Taylor sang lead vocals for the band's 1984 Number Two hit "Radio Ga Ga", which he wrote, taking the place of late singer Freddie Mercury. Phil Collins played drums in place of Taylor. S Club 7's performance of "Don't Stop Moving" was announced as the last time the group would be performing as a septet, as Paul Cattermole had announced his departure from the group prior to the event. After the performance he was given a goodbye from the rest of the band and applause from the crowd. It is thought of as one of the most impressive collections of musicians on a single stage. The concert was divided into two parts: pop music and classic rock music. In between acts there were some comedy segments by Lenny Henry, Ben Elton, Meera Syal, Nina Wadia, Ruby Wax and Dame Edna Everage. The event ended with the Royal Family joining the stars onstage. Prince Charles thanked his mother for her fifty years on the throne, famously beginning his speech with the words, "Your Majesty.....MUMMY!" to the delight of the crowd and bemusement of the Queen.[12] Following this the Queen and Prince Philip went to light the National Beacon on the Mall. After the lighting of the beacon the largest fireworks show in the history of London took place. During this time different symbols were projected onto the palace including a Union Flag.
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Royal Garden Party (1935)
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Royal Garden Party (1935)

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Full title reads: "The Royal Garden Party - in beautiful grounds of Buckingham Palace" Buckingham Palace, London. WS. pan across the gardens of Buckingham Palace filled with guests for the Royal Garden Party. WS. Top Shot as Queen Mary and King George V emerge out onto the lawns. WS. Guests. WS top shot King and Queen stop to greet Indian orderlies. MS. two ladies in saris MS. Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II). WS. the King and Queen shaking hands with guests on the lawns. LS. the King and Queen shaking hands with guests. MS. Arab guests. LS. Mr J. H. Thomas chatting to King George who is laughing. WS. Guests. MS. Prince Albert, the Duke of York (later King George VI) and the Duchess of York (later Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) chatting on the lawn. LS. guests enjoying their food. MS. the King and Queen chatting with guests. WS. the King and Queen making their way through the crowds and stopping to chat and shaking hands. WS. top shot of the crowds. MS. the Duke and Duchess of York. CU. King George V chatting with guests. MS. Duke of York chatting. WS. the King and Queen walking through the crowds of guests. MS. King and Queen walking though crowds. FILM ID:835.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip host Buckingham Palace garden party
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Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip host Buckingham Palace garden party

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  • Updated: 16 May 2017
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Prince Philip still in the public eye.
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Royal Garden Party, BuckinghamPalace with TheQueen
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Royal Garden Party, BuckinghamPalace with TheQueen

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Palace gardens
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Royals host Buckingham Palace kids party
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Royals host Buckingham Palace kids party

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William, Kate and Harry invited more than 800 children who lost a parent in the armed services for a day of fun.
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Ray Davies - Lola
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Ray Davies - Lola

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party at the Buckingham Palace, 3 june 2002
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Take A Look Inside Buckingham Palace Garden Party Gardens. Behind The Scenes
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Take A Look Inside Buckingham Palace Garden Party Gardens. Behind The Scenes

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Go behind the scenes at Buckingham Palace to see the gardeners prepare the garden for the annual Garden Parties Thank you for watching this video, if you have enjoyed it then please leave a 'like,' comment and share on social media. Don't forget to subscribe for all the latest uploads. Enjoy my videos? Then why not become a Royal Reviewer Patron! Royal Reviewer now available on Patreon! Check out the rewards! Www.patreon.com/royalreviewer Royal_Reviewer on (Instagram) - Exclusive Content http://royalreviewer.blogspot.co.uk/ 'follow' on https://twitter.com/royal_reviewer 'like' on https://www.facebook.com/RoyalReviewerUK
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Inside The Queen's Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
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Inside The Queen's Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

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  • Updated: 11 Jun 2017
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Had to roll through Buckingham Palace one time. It was lit. Mans took his Granma through to the palace for some tea and crumpets and got turnt. Saw mad stuff, snipers on the roof, swans, people dressed in crazy uniforms and women with terrible hats. Not my Gran's though, her hat was on fleek! Thanks to Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family for having us come through. Not enough tea though. Gonna crash Kensington Palace next time and bring along my Grandpa jk.
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Party At The Palace Part Two
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Party At The Palace Part Two

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The Party at the Palace was a pop concert held in London in 2002. The event was in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II held over the Golden Jubilee Weekend 1--4 June 2002. The concert itself was held at Buckingham Palace Garden on 3 June 2002. It was the pop equivalent of the Prom at the Palace, a classical music event. he concert was held at the gardens of Buckingham Palace Garden as part of the Golden Jubilee. The event was touted as the greatest concert in Britain since Live Aid or possibly ever. Tickets to the event were determined by a lottery. 12,000 people attended the concert.[1] An estimated 1 million people watched outside the Palace in The Mall and around the Queen Victoria Memorial,[2] and 200 million on television.[3] The concert included performances of many hit songs from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The event was the culmination of a national day of partying. The BBC Music Live Festival also occurred on the day. At 1:00 towns across the United Kingdom had bands play "All You Need Is Love" before church bells were rung around the country. Amongst others, performers included: Paul McCartney,[4] Bryan Adams, Keith Airey, Brian May[5] and Roger Taylor of Queen, Atomic Kitten, Dame Shirley Bassey,[6] Tony Bennett, Blue, Emma Bunton, Eric Clapton, The Corrs, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Ray Davies, Dame Edna Everage, Tony Iommi, J'anna Jacoby, Elton John, Tom Jones,[7] Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Annie Lennox, Ricky Martin, Ozzy Osbourne,[8] Mark Andrew-Brydon, Mis-teeq, Cliff Richard,[9] S Club 7,[9] Rod Stewart, Will Young,[5] Ruby Wax, Belinda Carlisle, Brian Wilson, Steve Winwood, Tony Vincent, Hannah Jane Fox Also performing was the London cast of the musicals We Will Rock You and Mamma Mia!. Several newspapers mentioned the absence of The Rolling Stones. The Stones said the event conflicted with their upcoming world tour. The concert began with Brian May performing "God Save the Queen" on the roof of Buckingham Palace as a guitar solo with support from the orchestra onstage in the Garden far below.[10] This sequence was spectacularly filmed, including some upward photography of May in full "rock god" mode and shots of the crowd in the Garden below. It has become an iconic moment and Brian May himself has said in interview that he hoped that he would strike the last chord at the same time as the orchestra in the gardens far below. Once it was finished, said May, the arm and fist went up, and the guitar was free, for it had done its work.[11] Ozzy Osbourne recently said in the same interview that this was the greatest moment of his career and pronounced the Queen to be "a beautiful woman." Phil Collins played drums for many of the artists, as well as singing his 1983 UK Number One single "You Can't Hurry Love". Queen drummer Roger Taylor sang lead vocals for the band's 1984 Number Two hit "Radio Ga Ga", which he wrote, taking the place of late singer Freddie Mercury. Phil Collins played drums in place of Taylor. S Club 7's performance of "Don't Stop Moving" was announced as the last time the group would be performing as a septet, as Paul Cattermole had announced his departure from the group prior to the event. After the performance he was given a goodbye from the rest of the band and applause from the crowd. It is thought of as one of the most impressive collections of musicians on a single stage. The concert was divided into two parts: pop music and classic rock music. In between acts there were some comedy segments by Lenny Henry, Ben Elton, Meera Syal, Nina Wadia, Ruby Wax and Dame Edna Everage. The event ended with the Royal Family joining the stars onstage. Prince Charles thanked his mother for her fifty years on the throne, famously beginning his speech with the words, "Your Majesty.....MUMMY!" to the delight of the crowd and bemusement of the Queen.[12] Following this the Queen and Prince Philip went to light the National Beacon on the Mall. After the lighting of the beacon the largest fireworks show in the history of London took place. During this time different symbols were projected onto the palace including a Union Flag.
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