The “Platinum Concert” for Queen Elizabeth will be a mega event. Now singer Diana Ross has also confirmed.

Soul legend Diana Ross (78) leads the cast list at the big star concert in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th jubilee. The appearance of the former Supremes singer is planned for the conclusion of the show on June 4 in London, as reported by The Times newspaper on Wednesday.

The BBC’s “Platinum Concert” on the grounds of Buckingham Palace is one of the highlights of the four-day anniversary celebrations. There will be three stages and 3D projections on the facade of the royal residence. 10,000 spectators are expected. According to the Times, Queen, Duran Duran and Andrea Bocelli have also confirmed so far. According to the PA news agency, singer George Ezra has been confirmed as a participant. The complete list of participants is expected later this week.

It will be the first time American Ross has performed live in the UK since 2007. In 2020, planned concerts by the “Queen of Motown” were canceled due to the pandemic. Further performances are planned around the country after the star concert, including at the Glastonbury Festival on 26 June.