Jessie J, Ed Sheeran And Cheryl Cole Perform At Diamond Jubilee Concert - Video
5 June 2012, 08:54 | Updated: 5 June 2012, 09:16
The artists all took to the stage at Buckingham Palace yesterday for the celebratory show for the Queen in the capital.
Jessie J was among the stars who performed at the special Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace yesterday (4th June) in celebration of the Queen.
The 'Price Tag' singer took to the specially designed stage for a performance of her number one single 'Domino' – which she recently told Capital she would love to perform in order to make the Queen's "head bop".
The star also joined fellow The Voice UK coach Will.i.am for a rendition of the Black Eyed Peas hit 'I Gotta Feeling'.
Boyband JLS were also performing on the night as they gave a powerful performance of their hits 'Everybody In Love' and 'She Makes Me Wanna' wearing an array of green outfits.
Dressed in a smart black shirt, Ed Sheeran gave a strong outing of his hit 'The A Team' to the screaming fans in attendance.
You can watch Ed Sheeran performing at the Diamond Jubilee Concert below:
He also took to his Twitter account to reveal a conversation he had with fellow performer Grace Jones.
"Quote of the day from Grace Jones... " hello ed, you look like my granddaughter," he tweeted.
One of the big surprises and stand out moments of the night came when show organiser and Take That star Gary Barlow performed with Girls Aloud star Cheryl Cole for a rendition of Lady Antebeullum's 'Need You Now'.
You can watch Gary Barlow and Cheryl Cole performing at the Diamond Jubilee Concert below:
The star studded event, which was watched by members of the Royal Family and also saw performances from the likes of Kylie Minogue, Stevie Wonder, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John and Sir Cliff Richard.
The show began with an introduction from Rob Brydon before Robbie Williams took to the stage and sang his hit single 'Let Me Entertain You' to the thousands who had descended upon The Mall.
As Sir Paul McCartney ended the show with The Beatles hit 'Ob La Di, Ob La Da' he was joined by all the acts who performed on the night before Princes Charles made a speech and the Queen lighting the National Beacon with a grand fireworks display following.