Queen + Lennox Will Perform For Mandela

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QUEEN, LEONA LEWIS and ANNIE LENNOX will headline former South African President NELSON MANDELA's 90th birthday concert this summer.
Dame Shirley Bassey, Simple Minds and Razorlight will also perform at the event in London on 27 June (08).
Organisers confirmed the headlliners for the Hyde Park event on Tuesday (06May08) and have promised further stars on the bill, with "several major artists keeping silent about their involvement in order to take both Mr. Mandela and the audience by surprise".
Other stars due to make an appearance at the birthday celebrations include Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Forest Whitaker, chatshow queen Oprah Winfrey, and former U.S. president Bill Clinton.
Eminem, U2, Amy Winehouse and the Spice Girls have also been linked to the concert.


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