Tinie Tempah feat. Zara Larsson - 'Girls Like' (Live At The Summertime Ball 2016)
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So we are within touching distance of the world's hottest hit music stars arriving at London's Wembley Stadium for our Summertime Ball with Vodafone, but what exactly can we expect on the day?
Expect an impressive set from one of pop's hottest properties as Liam, Niall, Louis and Harry perform hits from their latest album '4'.
He's warned fans that he'll be feeding off the energy on the day so if you wanna see some flesh, you're gonna' have to make some noise!
Expect amazing dance routines, sexy outfits, and a full on burst of energy as this pop power four-piece take to the stage. Picture: PA
The Swedish-born Capital DJ follows in the footsteps of David Guetta who put on a mighty fine show at last year's Ball.
The recently confirmed X Factor presenter will be fresh off the back of his UK tour when he takes to the stage on June 6th.
The pop princess has had an incredible 12 months including a huge win at the MTV EMAs in November. Get ready to break free and bust out some serious Grande moves as this little beauty gets the party going in June.
Meghan Trainor will make her STB debut in style with a collection of Vodafone Big Top 40 hits!
The American Idol chart-topper let slip in her interview with Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon that she'll be saving the live premiere for Wembley!
Vodafone Big Top 40 hit 'Time Of Our Lives' is a real party anthem and with both stars at Wembley at the same time it'd be rude not to hook up right? Picture: Getty
The chart-topping singer never let's us down when it comes to turning heads when arriving and this year will be no different. Picture: pa
The film star made a cameo appearance in Carly's latest music video for 'I Really Like You'. Will the actor be hanging out in the crowd at Wembley on the day? Picture: Splash
Summer doesn't get much better than this! Picture: Derek Bremner
Will; we see anymore hit music stars take to the stage on the day? Let's just say you best #KeepItCapital Picture: Andy Squire