Katy Perry Struggles to Find Seat at Coronation Event, Joined by A-Listers Tom Cruise and More for Spectacular Concert
Katy Perry, who is set to perform at the coronation concert of King Charles III and Queen Camilla at Windsor Castle on Sunday alongside Andrea Bocelli and Take That, had a bit of trouble finding her seat at Westminster Abbey on Saturday morning. Katy Perry Struggles
Wearing a striking pink hat for the occasion, Perry was spotted looking lost among the other celebrities present. However, her relatable situation garnered praise on Twitter, with users commending her for the humorous moment.
Many other music stars will perform at Windsor Castle for the coronation, including Lionel Richie, Zak Abel, Paloma Faith, Olly Murs, Tiwa Savage, Sir Bryn Terfel, Pete Tong Ibiza Classics, and Nicole Scherzinger. Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise and Winnie the Pooh are also expected to attend the historical event.
According to the BBC, Singer-songwriter Freya Ridings, who was set to perform at the concert, had to withdraw due to being unwell. The Sun had previously reported that Elton John, Harry Styles, and the Spice Girls were invited but could not attend due to scheduling conflicts.
The King was reportedly “very keen” to have Adele and Ed Sheeran involved in the concert, but both artists rejected the requests. Watch the coronation concert live on BBC One at 8 pm or stream it on iPlayer.
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