The Queen opens the Queen’s big anniversary party

Legendary British pop band Queen, with Adam Lambert singing, opened their big anniversary party in London on Saturday night in honor of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. Thousands of people attend the show, but the Queen (96) herself is not there. She says she is very tired and cannot attend concerts.

About 22,000 spectators watched Queen begin the show with “We Will Rock You” and “Don’t Stop Me Now.” Several members of the royal family were in attendance, including Crown Prince Charles and his son William, who is present with his wife Kate and two children.

The tired Queen must follow the Queen on TV. The concerts will be broadcast live by the BBC.

A large number of stars will take to the stage in front of Buckingham Palace on Saturday evening. Doran Duran, Alicia Keys, Andrea Bocelli, Rod Stewart, Elton John and Neil Rodgers, among others, will participate in the 70th Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s founding. The scene concluded with American singer Diana Ross, who will be shown in the United Kingdom for the first time in fifteen years.

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