Concert for Diana (2007)

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ON July 1st 2007 a concert is being held at Wembley Stadium in London and broadcast live to over 140 countries to commemerate the life of Princess Diana on what would have been her 46th ... See full synopsis »

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ON July 1st 2007 a concert is being held at Wembley Stadium in London and broadcast live to over 140 countries to commemerate the life of Princess Diana on what would have been her 46th birthday 10 years after her untimely death... See full synopsis »

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Ricky Gervais: [to audience] Hello! You alright? Hello, thank you so much, thank you. And thank you to Ben Stiller there. Sorry we had to bleep that, because there's no swearing tonight. You can't swear in front of the Princes, apparently. They've never heard a swear word, I mean, Harry's in the army but he's never heard a swear word. No one in his regiment swears. If one of them was, say, shot in the groin, they'd go "Oh for f..." and then they'd look at Harry and say "Fiddle dee dee! A small piece of metal ...
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The hour-long Concert for Diana I saw on NBC was very enjoyable
7 July 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Before I watched the one-hour version of the Concert for Diana on NBC which aired on what would have been her 46th birthday of July 1, 2007, I watched the encore of Dateline that featured Matt Lauer's interview of her sons William and Harry. They seemed to have adjusted nicely 10 years after her death despite the tabloids and everything. As for the concert itself, Elton John did nicely in the beginning singing "Your Song" (which I identified earlier when I reviewed his birthday concert at Madison Square Garden as "How Wonderful Live Feels"). Then came Di's favorite music group, Duran Duran, with a lively "Rio". After that were Fergie and Nelly Furtado with songs I didn't recognize but were nice anyway. Then came a duet with Tom Jones and Joss Stone, both looking radiant. Then Rod Stewart sang my favorite song of his, "Maggie May", which he still enjoys singing the hell out of though I wish for once he'd sing the words in the same order that he first sang it when he recorded it in 1971. Still a good performance, though. Then Diddy (I can't get used to the fact that he no longer uses the name Puff Daddy) performed "I'll Be Missing You" which contained a sample of The Police's "Every Breath You Take" and directly mentions Diana by name as smiling up there in the heavens to the audiences' pleasure. Finally, after Elton John closed with "Saturday Nights All Right For Fighting" and William and Harry thanked the audience, we're treated to early childhood home movies of Diana, from when she was born to her early teenage life. All in all, a most enjoyable hour that left me wanting more. I would have especially liked to have seen Lilly Allen when she came on...


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