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24 February 2012, 14:24
The 'Otis' star is among the big names wanted by the Royals for this summer's celebration gig.
Kanye West and P.Diddy could be set to perform at the Queen's Diamond Jubille concert.
The Daily Mirror reports that the Prince William and Harry want to ensure the June Gig will be a memorable occasion and have entrusted Take That star Gary Barlow with travelling across the pond to round up some of the biggest stars from the US.
He said: "I've got to go to America because some of the requests I have are from the Princes, so they're acts I've got to follow up on
"It's so vital that everybody knows how important this event is for Britain. So I'll try to meet everybody."
The X Factor judge also hinted that his group may even perform at the concert but has remained silent on whether Robbie Williams could join them again.
When asked, he teased, "You never know whether Take That will play. We'll be announcing more names every month, so look out."
The Diamond Jubilee concert will be staged just outside Buckingham Palace and will be broadcast to billions around the world.
If the Kayne and Diddy do accept the invitation, they will join the acts already confirmed to appear such as Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, JLS, Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J and Brit Award winner Ed Sheeran.