Adele and Ed Sheeran Decline King Charles’ Invitation to Perform at Coronation Concert

King Charles III is set to ascend to the British throne following the passing of Queen Elizabeth III, and the royal has reportedly been keen on securing Adele and Ed Sheeran for a concert celebrating his coronation. However, according to OK! magazine, both singers have declined the invitation.

The concert, scheduled for May 7th, the day after the coronation, will feature a lineup of performers chosen by King Charles himself, and Adele and Ed Sheeran were at the top of his list. Sheeran cited scheduling conflicts as the reason for his absence, with a concert already planned in Texas the day before, which would make it difficult to return to England in time.

Adele, on the other hand, has not given a reason for declining the invitation, and she doesn’t have any live performances scheduled after March 25th. Organizers of the coronation event expressed disappointment that the two singers were unable to attend, as they are considered titans of the showbiz industry and quintessentially British, with international recognition.

Despite the setback, the event organizers are still working on securing a talented lineup for the concert. A team has been set up to sign up performers for the event, and King Charles has suggested a number of people he would like to see perform.

The coronation of King Charles III is a significant moment in British history, and the concert celebrating his ascension to the throne is sure to be a memorable event. With or without Adele and Ed Sheeran, the concert will be an opportunity for the nation to come together and celebrate their new monarch.

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