The coronation concert has come to an end, and while it took a while to get going, it eventually picked up the pace. Lionel Richie’s performance seemed to be the turning point of the night. The audience was thrilled, and it set the tone for the rest of the evening. It was a night to remember, filled with excitement and entertainment.
The royals were in attendance, and they were having a great time. The highlight of the night was Kermit the Frog singing along to Take That’s “Never Forget” while Prince Edward looked on in disbelief. It was a moment that will be remembered for years to come.
Take That was the main act of the night, and they did not disappoint. They performed some of their biggest hits, including “Greatest Day” and “Shine.” The crowd was singing along, and it was a fantastic atmosphere. Mark Owen sang “Shine,” while Gary Barlow played the piano, and Howard Donald danced along to the music.
Katy Perry was the penultimate performer of the night, and she did not disappoint. She sang “Roar” while dressed as a Quality Street. Princess Charlotte seemed to know all the words to the song, which led to speculation that the younger royals might be drilled on the songs before the concert.
The concert featured some famous faces, including Alan Titchmarsh and Amanda Holden. They shared some interesting tidbits about the king, including his love for gardening and dogs. Winnie the Pooh also made an appearance, sharing the king’s fondness for squirrels.
Overall, the coronation concert was a huge success. It had something for everyone, from the young to the old. The performances were fantastic, and the atmosphere was electric. It was a night that will be remembered for years to come.