- Adele and Harry Styles refused to perform at the Queen's Jubilee
- The two are said to have been invited
- But they didn't give any performances
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Platinum Jubilee early this month with the help of many big names. However, it appears British singers Adele and Harry Styles turned down their invitations to perform.
THAT is why Adele and Harry cancelled the Queen
It's believed that Adele and Harry Styles were approached to go on stage at the grand "Party at the Palace" to celebrate the Queen, but both reportedly declined.
A source told the Daily Mail newspaper: "They were told [Adele] couldn't do it. Scheduling issues, or something like that, were given as an excuse. It caused a lot of surprise, particularly as she was awarded an MBE. After all, how many chances will there be to perform in front of Buckingham Palace for the Queen?"
A source close to Harry Styles told the newspaper that he reportedly "was asked" but "could not participate because of timing with his schedule." But the show must go on, and the concert featured a great line-up of stars without Adele and Harry Styles.
Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, Duran Duran, Diana Ross, and Sam Ryder were among the headliners at the big concert. The Queen, who was unable to attend many dates at her Jubilee, did open the event.
After a few early appearances at the Jubilee, the Queen was forced to step back until the final day due to health concerns. She made a triumphant final appearance on the Palace balcony.