Spice Girls To Reunite for Olympics Closing Ceremony
The Spice Girls are set to play at the Olympics closing ceremony this coming Sunday. Pictures taken by The Sun show Posh, Baby, Scary, Ginger and Sporty seen rehearsing on black taxi cabs at the stadium. This has confirmed speculation that the band would reform for a one off special.
Other acts that were photographed at the venue rehearsing include Jessie J, Tinie Tempah, George Michael, Annie Lennox and Kate Bush
Boyband One Direction also sparked rumours of a performance yesterday with a source saying the boys 'can't wait' to perform at the closing ceremony. Kaiser Chiefs, Madness and Queen guitarist Brian May are rumoured to be performing alongside the Pet Shop Boys who were pictured in winged rickshaws at the stadium while they rehearsed for the games finale.
The lavish affair is set to take place on Sunday 12th August, the musical director has promised it will be the ' greatest after-party in the world.'
According to digital spy the leaked line up is as follows
Julian Lloyd Webber
Madness - 'Our House'
Pet Shop Boys - 'West End Girls'
One Direction - 'What Makes You Beautiful'
Ray Davies - 'Waterloo Sunset'
Elbow - 'One Day Like This' and 'Open Arms'
George Michael - 'Freedom' and 'White Light'
Kaiser Chiefs - 'Pinball Wizard'
Annie Lennox - 'Little Bird'
The Clash - 'Should I Stay or Should I Go'
Ed Sheeran - 'Wish You Were Here'
Fatboy Slim - 'Right Here, Right Now'
Jessie J - 'Price Tag'
Tinie Tempah - 'Written in the Stars'
Taio Cruz - 'Dynamite'
Tinie Tempah and Jessie J - 'You Should Be Dancing'
Liam Gallagher OR Manic Street Preachers - To Be Confirmed
Eric Idle - 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life'
Queen and Jessie J - 'We Will Rock You'
Take That - 'Rule the World'
The Who perform finale
Fireworks display from roof of Olympic stadium
Story by Claire Duffy | 12:34 | Friday 10th August 2012 | Music News
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