The Queen of England celebrates 60 years as Monarch in 2012. A host of famous faces entertained The Queen, other members of the Royal Family and 10,000 ballot-winners with Buckingham Palace as a backdrop. A line up of musical stars from the worlds of rock and pop, along with the best of classical music and musical theatre, performed at The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert, on Monday June 4th. Watch some of the performances below.
80s legend Grace Jones performed live at the Royal Albert Hall on April 26, 2010 in London, England.
Grace Jones was one of the most unforgettable characters to emerge from New York City’s hedonistic Studio 54 disco scene during the late ’70s. She found success as a model, working in New York and Paris, before rising to public prominence as a singer. Grace had about 5 or 6 costume changes that night alone. The queen of fashion still got it baby.
What does Rihanna and Lady Gaga have in common, besides being two of pop music top females of the decade? Well they have both been compared to fashion icon, singer, model, and actress Grace Jones. But only one of the two was brave enough to asked Ms. Jones to do a collaborate and that is Gaga. Here is what Jones had to say:
“Yes, she did (ask about a duet), but I said no. I’d just prefer to work with someone who is more original and someone who is not copying me, actually. Well, you know, I’ve seen some things she’s worn that I’ve worn, and that does kind of p**s me off.” When asked if she would ever see Gaga in concert, Jones said, “I wouldn’t go to see her.”
What do you think about her response, too Diva? Never heard of Grace Jones? Take a look at the video below>>>>>