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Rod Stewart was one of the entertainers at a platinum party at the Palace on Saturday night outside the gates of Buckingham Palace in London as part of the celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Sir Rod started things with the 1983 hit “Baby Jane” and introduced the second song.
“This is a fun number for me to sing. The BBC made me sing it,” Stewart told the crowd. “Join me and make me comfortable.”
Read more: Prince George sings along “Sweet Caroline” during the Platinum Jubilee celebration
He then graced the cover of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”
Crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace sang enthusiastically, but those who saw it on television were not impressed by the stewart singing take.
— George Heath (@ GeorgeHeath27) June 4, 2022
— Rory Boyle (@MrRoryBoyle) June 4, 2022
Hello, is it the police?
I would like to report a serious crime.
— Alyn McFetridge (@themcfet) June 4, 2022
I’ve been watching QPR since I was 6 years old.
So when Rod Stewart says that slaughtering Sweet Caroline is one of the worst I’ve ever seen, it has a serious weight.#PlatinumPartyatthePalace
— Rob (@Goddardinho) June 4, 2022
— Winston Jackson (@ WinstonJ99) June 4, 2022
Rod Stewart definitely couldn’t sing. He certainly can’t do it now. Horrible 😂 #partyatthepalace
— AJD (@ andyjd23) June 4, 2022
Can someone send a locksmith?Rod Stewart needs significant changes #partyatthepalace
— Lee Part (@itsleepeart) June 4, 2022
I liked it when Rod Stewart stabbed Sweet Caroline like my uncle at a wedding.
— Johnny Weldon (@jonnyyweldon) June 5, 2022
Crowdfunding a helpline for everyone who heard Rod Stewart sing Sweet Caroline last night.
— Man vs baby (@mattcoyney) June 5, 2022
Rod Stewart, shredded for the performance of “Sweet Caroline” at Platinum Jubilee, admits that “the BBC made me sing this.”
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