Think you can guess what the Queen of England's favourite songs are? You might imagine something along the lines of musicians with regal titles... Queen (duh), Prince, maybe a bit of Carole King (badum tish) or Queens of the Stone Age (sorry)?

However, the British monarch's taste is (unsurprisingly for a 90-year-old), not very contemporary.

Her Top 10 songs have been revealed, and it turns out that the only 'pop' star she's a fan of is Gary Barlow. At that, it's not even 'Relight My Fire' or 'Do What U Like' that's made the grade, but Barlow's 'commonwealth anthem' 'Sing', which was co-written by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Apparently, she's also a big fan of showtunes, which explains her top two choices.

See below for the songs that would make her Spotify playlist:

1. Howard Keel - 'Oklahoma!'
2. Dolores Gray and Bill Johnson - 'Anything You Can Do (Annie Get Your Gun)'
3. Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band featuring the Military Wives - 'Sing'
4. Fred Astaire - 'Cheek to Cheek'
5. Vera Lynn - 'The White Cliffs Of Dover'
6. George Formby - 'Leaning on a Lamp-post'
7. Praise, My Soul, The King Of Heaven (hymn)
8. The Lord is My Shepherd (hymn)
9. Lester Lanin Medley
10. Regimental March Milanollo


We're just disappointed that ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' didn't make the grade.



H/T: Digital Spy