Morrissey made a name for himself as the vocalist for The Smiths. He is also a very controversial name now who is very outspoken when it comes to his bizarre opinions. Recently, King Charles finally had his coronation, which was a long time coming after the death of Queen Elizabeth. While other people were happy for King Charles, Morrissey took to his website and uploaded a photo that utterly mocked King Charles.
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According to GoodHouseKeeping, the coronation of King Charles III, the new ruling monarch of England, was held recently. It was a momentous occasion that took place eight months after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and was marked by many traditional ceremonies. As the festivities ended on May 7, the royal family enjoyed a Coronation Concert held at Windsor Castle, featuring popular English musical figures such as Adele, The Spice Girls, Harry Styles, and others. Elton John was also asked by the royal family to perform, but he turned down the invitation due to his European tour, which coincided with the concert.
Apart from his tight schedule, Elton’s complicated friendship with the late Princess Diana could also have played a role in his decision. Elton had a special relationship with the princess and had even performed a re-written version of his song “Candle in the Wind” at her funeral.
However, he fell out with her in early 1997, but they eventually made up after the death of their mutual friend Gianni Versace. Elton has been a longtime friend of the royal family, attending life events such as Prince William’s wedding and Prince Harry’s wedding, where he also made a musical appearance.
Despite Elton’s absence, Buckingham Palace announced that Katy Perry and Lionel Richie would perform at the Coronation Concert, along with other artists like Andrea Bocelli, Sir Bryn Terfel, Take That, Freya Ridings, and Alexis Ffrench. Tom Cruise and Nicole Scherzinger were also slated for a segment, and even Winnie the Pooh was scheduled to make an appearance. The concert was broadcast live across the BBC, and the event marked the beginning of King Charles III’s reign.
In case you forgot, an alternative rock ringer boycotted Morrissey for a good reason earlier this year. We’ll have to see what Morrissey will end up doing next.