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16 July 2012, 09:49 | Updated: 16 July 2012, 11:00
The 'Price Tag' star will reportedly take to the stage alongside rockers Queen for the end of summer spectacular.
Jessie J, Ed Sheeran and One Direction will apparently all be taking to the stage for the London Olympics 2012 closing ceremony.
The 'Price Tag' star will perform two of her own tracks and collaborate with 'Written In The Stars' rapper Tinie Tempah and rock legends Queen at the event, reports the Daily Mail.
Katy Perry's former husband Russell Brand is one of the surprise performers of the music spectacular and is reportedly set to duet with Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders for the Sex Pistols classic 'Pretty Vacant'.
The comedian will also return to the stage to perform The Beatles' 'I Am The Walrus' with Emeli Sande one of the first performers of the show - to give a rendition of the Professor Green collaboration 'Read All About It'.
The Who, Madness, George Michael and Take That are also among the other big names reportedly confirmed for the ceremony.
You can view a picture of Jessie J meeting the Queen at the Diamond Jubilee concert earlier this year below: (Picture: PA)
The closing event will see a total of 300 performers involved in a London rush-hour routine which will include lollipop ladies wearing union jack swimsuits as well as a reenactment of the Notting Hill Carnival.
Creative director of the event, Kim Gavin has said they want to create a truly memorable event.
"We want to create a fabulous emotional experience, something people will remember for years," he said.
The London Olympic Games closing ceremony will take place at the Olympic Park on 12th August.