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Watch Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover Foo Fighters’ ‘All My Life’

Toyah Willcox and her husband, King Crimson founder Robert Fripp, have shared a cover of the Foo Fighters’ 2002 hit ‘All My Life’.The cover comes as the latest in the pair’s ‘Sunday Lunch’ series, which they launched during the COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020. While Fripp plays the song’s melody on an electric guitar, Willcox – naked and painted blue, with sheets of gold leaf stuck to her body – sings lead vocals and douses herself in a rainbow of paint.Have a look at the cover below:Willcox and Fripp’s latest cover comes at a pivotal time for the Foo Fighters.

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'He'll smash it!' Penny Lancaster reassured after admitting 'nerves' at Rod's Jubilee show
She wore her blonde tresses pulled back away from her face as she grinned for the snap.Fans took to the comments to reassure the model that her beau would take the stage by storm.Instagram user tonysargent38 penned: "Nerves? He’ll smash it! Unfortunate placement of face mask though lol!" referring to Rod holding his mask.It comes as Rod took to his Instagram stories to share a clip of himself and his backing singers and dancers rehearsing in front of the Queen's home.A post shared by Penny Lancaster ( star left onlookers stunned as she attended the dress rehearsal in front of the famous landmark.Towards the end of the clip, Rod removed his face mask to give the camera a cheeky grin.Addressing the Jubilee concert, Rod said: "Queen Elizabeth has given incredible service to the United Kingdom over the last 70 years and I’m delighted to be able to join her in celebrating her Platinum Jubilee with the Party At The Palace."She has demonstrated to the world what a special person she is and how lucky we are to have her.This will be a momentous occasion," he added.The I Don't Want To Talk About It hitmaker is just one of the celebrities who will be performing at the landmark concert.Queen + Adam Lambert are set to open BBC's Platinum Party At The Palace concert on Saturday evening.It comes 20 years after Brian May performed God Save The Queen on the roof of Buckingham Palace to mark the Golden Jubilee in 2002.Other stars set to perform include Duran Duran, composer Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, George Ezra and Elbow.Elton John is also set to make an appearance at the concert, just days after he was spotted in a wheelchair after taking a break in his tour due to health issues.The icon touched down at
Queen and Diana Ross lead star-studded Platinum Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace as full line-up revealed
Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and we could not be more ready.Will we get a repeat of Brian May on the roof of Buckingham Palace? Only time will tell…The stars will join Alicia Keys and Andrea Bocelli with a pre-recorded performance from Sir Elton John at Buckingham Palace on Saturday June 4 for the big celebration, alongside non-musical guests including  Sir David Attenborough and Stephen Fry.The concert, named the Platinum Party, will last around two and a half hours, celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne, and will be broadcast on the BBC.Guitarist Brian, who previously teased the news of the band’s involvement, said: ’20 years after playing the Queen’s glorious Golden Jubilee we’re very happy to be invited again.‘Then there was a moment when I wondered… after Buckingham Palace roof where can you go? Well… you will see!’Queen and Adam Lambert will open the festival, which will see 22,000 people attend, including 10,000 tickets to be released to the general public (while thousands of key workers will also be invited).Alicia will then perform, along with Duran Duran, Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, Mabel, Elbow, and George Ezra.Eurovision’s Sam Ryder, who made history at the song contest, will also perform.Diana will round out the evening, and said: ‘Her Majesty has and continues to be such an incredible inspiration to so many across the world and I was absolutely delighted to receive an invitation to perform on such a momentous and historic occasion.’Also set to make an appearance are British legends including Emma Raducanu, David Beckham, Stephen Fry, Dame Julie Andrews, The Royal Ballet and Paralympian swimmer Ellie Simmonds.Meanwhile, musical fans are in luck as Lin Manuel
'Wish I could've been there’ Brian May's frustration that he couldn’t help Taylor Hawkins
Queen legend Brian May spoke on the bond he had with his "brother".Taylor had died in Bogota, Columbia, in March while on tour with his group, aged just 50 - and Brian, who had been one of the last of his friends to speak to him, revealed that he will be sorely missed.Brian's second solo album, Another World, will be re-released imminently for the first time since 1998 and it contains a track with Taylor as the drummer.This prompted him to address the history of their friendship and how he felt about the loss."God, I wish I could have been there to help him through that, whatever it was," Brian exclaimed of his demise."[When] Taylor stepped in to do a track, [he] gave me a wonderful injection of energy, friendship, joy and light - and [now] he's gone... which is awful," he lamented.Brian confirmed that the collaboration had been one of the first album sessions Taylor had ever done."He'd only just joined the Foo Fighters, he was just a boy really and he was the biggest Queen fan in the world, which took me by surprise," he recalled fondly.He added that Taylor's endorsement of the group had introduced them to an even wider audience and made them "very cool to a lot of people"."He was an encyclopedia about Queen, absolutely incredible, he knew everything we'd ever done," Brian added in amazement."He became like a brother.