Pop whizzes Adele and Harry Styles didn’t perform at the awesome party at the royal residence, which was one of the features of the four-day festivity out of appreciation for the Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years of administration recently.

While the show coordinators recorded the Easy on Me vocalist, 34, to perform at the occasion, new reports uncovered that she scorned the methodology.

A source told , “They were informed she [Adele] couldn’t make it happen. Planning issues, or something to that effect, were given as a reason.”

“It caused a great deal of shock, especially as she was granted a MBE (in 2013). All things considered, the number of chances that will there be to act before Buckingham Palace for the Queen?” source added.

The previous One Direction star, 28, additionally turned down the valuable chance to perform at the Platinum Jubilee show. The source uncovered that not a really obvious reason was given for Styles’ dismissal to the greeting, “He was inquired. He was unable to take an interest due to timing with his timetable.”

While Adele and Styles botched the opportunity to perform for the worldwide crowd, various pop whizzes engaged the group. Ed Sheeran, Sir Elton John, Sir Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys, Duran, Diana Ross and Sam Ryder were among the entertainers at the over two hour occasion.

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