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Wish it was the Summertime Ball day again? Can't live without seeing Katy Perry on stage at Wembley? Neither can we, so join Capital as we take a look at what this year's Ball performers will be doing next.
Usher's performance at the Summertime Ball marked the start of promotion for his new album 'Looking 4 Myself', which is out now. The album, which is the R&B star's seventh full-length studio LP, features the singles 'Climax' and 'Scream'. As well as pushing his new record, Usher is also preparing to film Hands Of Stone, which sees him play the boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.
Justin Bieber is set tofollow-up his Summertime Ball performance with the release of his hugely-anticipated new album 'Believe'. The album includes his recent hit single 'Believe', as well as collaborations with Drake and Nicki Minaj. Justin also recently announced his 'Believe' world tour, which kicks off in North America later this year with support from fellow Summertime Ball artist Carly Rae Jepsen. Picture: Carsten Windhorst
Lawson made their debut at the Summertime Ball with an unforgettable performance of 'When She Was Mine'. The band are currently putting the finishing touches to their debut album while also preparing to play a number of festival dates this summer. Picture: Louise Roberts
Cover Drive delighted Wembley with 'Twilight' and are set to continue promoting their debut album 'Bajan Style' through 2012. The band are set to play a number of festivals this summer, including T In The Park, and will then support JLS on their Summer tour.
The Wanted's performance at the Summertime Ball came in the middle of the band's huge success in America. The group have since returned to the US to continue promotion of their debut EP stateside. This year will also see the band's recent single 'Chasing The Sun' be used in the forthcoming film Ice Age 4, as well as continue work on their third album, which the group have already begun teasing fans about. Picture: Richard Johnson
Ed Sheeran's performance at the Summertime Ball will live long in the memory of the 80,000 fans that saw it. But the 'Lego House' star wasn't able to dwell on it for too long, he'salready in America promoting his the US release of his debut album '+', which is currently at number one on iTunes. The singer is currently scheduled to play more than 70 live events for the rest of the year, including numerous festival dates this summer. And if that wasn't enough, Ed has also promised to give away his much-anticipated collaborations with Example away for free. Picture: Carsten Windhorst
Coldplay's performance at Wembley was the first of two gigs they played that day – the band jetted straight to Manchester following their show to headline the City Of Manchester Stadium as part of their 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour. The group, whose latest single 'Princess Of China' features Rihanna, are set to continue on that jaunt for most of 2012. Picture: Carsten Windhorst
Conor's one of the hottest property's in pop in 2012, so it was no surprise that the Summertime Ball's80,000-strong sold-out crowd raised the roof when he sang 'Can't Say No'. The 18-year-old rapper is currently readying his next single, which will arrive ahead of the release of his debut album. Speaking to Capital at the Summertime Ball, Conor revealed that Rita Ora is likely to be one of a number of collaborations on the album. Picture: Andy Squire
Just 24 hours after hisunforgettable performance at Wembley Stadium, Example jetted to Los Angeles to film his new video with Calvin Harris. The pair's new song 'We'll Be ComingBack' is the rapper's next priority, but the 2012 will also see the possible release of his new album. Speaking to Capital at the Summertime Ball, he revealed that he had completed nine songs for the as-yet-untitled album andadmitted he was feeling the pressure to keep delivering big singles.
Flo Rida's performance at the Summertime Ball got the crowd bouncing – and that looks set to continue when the US rapper releases his new album 'Wild Ones' later this summer.
Katy Perry's closing performance at the Summertime Ball kick-started promotion for her first ever movie, Part Of Me 3D. Using footage from her recent 'California Dreams' world tour, the film follows Katy around the globe and includes never before seen footage of her private life. The singer is also set to release new single 'Wide Awake' and has also hinted that she may begin work on the follow-up to her second album 'Teenage Dream' before the end of 2012.
Kelly revealed at the Summertime Ball that would be spending the rest of 2012 working on the follow-up to her last album 'Stronger'. The former American Idol winner is also top of Lawson's – another Summertime Ball act – wish list of future collaborators.
Jessie J's performance at the Summertime Ball came in the middle of a non-stop year for the 'Price Tag' star. She recently completed her first year as a mentor on The Voice UK and performed for the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The rest of 2012 will see Jessie aim to complete her second album, which is currently untitled, as well as perform on the festival circuit throughout the summer. As if that wasn't enough, Jessie's also announced he 'Nice To Meet You' UK arena tour,which will kick off in 2013. Picture: Louise Roberts
After surprising the audience with a performance of 'Call My Name' at Wembley Stadium, Cheryl's new single shot straight to number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 the following day. The Girls Aloud star's third solo album 'A Million Lights' is released on 18th June and the singer is set to embark on a UK and Ireland arena tour, starting in September this year. Picture: Andy Squire
Following her surprise performance of 'Call Me Maybe' at the Summertime Ball, Carly is set to continue work on her debut album, which is expected to be released later this year. The singer will also perform as the special guest on the North American leg of Justin Bieber's 'Believe' world tour, which kicks off later this year.
Rita Ora's appearance at the Summertime Ball was just one of a number of huge gigs the 'R.I.P.' singer is set to play in 2012. Rita has recently been supporting Coldplay on their 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour and is set to play T In The Park and V Festival this summer. In addition to her live shows, Rita is currently putting the finishing touches to her debut album and is set to release new single 'How Do We (Party)' this summer. Picture: Andy Squire
Following his energetic performance at the Summertime Ball, Pitbull is no set to continue touring throughout the summer and continue promoting 'Back In Time', his song for the Men In Black 3 soundtrack.