King Charles is searching for big-name performers for the Coronation concert at Windsor Castle and it was previously noted that Adele and Ed Sheeran will reportedly not take part despite the invitation, on account of them being too busy to come.
The list of rejections also includes Harry Styles, Elton John, Robbie Williams and Spice Girls. They have reportedly all declined to perform at King Charles III’s coronation.
Robbie Williams has reportedly declined to play at a massive gig marking the coronation of King Charles III – despite Take That being among the biggest attractions on the bill.
The Burslem-raised singer is one of a growing number of stars who have turned down the chance to mark the monarch’s reign according to The Express.
It comes after Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald signed up to perform at the show in the gardens of Windsor Castle on Sunday, May 7. There are also rumours that Jason Orange is in talks to rejoin his former bandmates for the gig, which is expected to attract millions of TV viewers the day after the coronation.
But Robbie who drew fierce criticism from human rights advocates for his decision to perform in Qatar during the World Cup – is said to have turned down the opportunity due to his busy schedule.
Similar reasons have been given by others who have decided not to play. Robbie’s world tour continues tonight in Copenhagen, but he does not have a show listed for May 7.