Who knew Queen Elizabeth II was so hip? A slew of major pop stars are scheduled to perform for her on her 92nd birthday, taking place on April 21. Click through to see who got the "royal" invite.
According to The Royal Family's official Twitter account, the concert will air on BBC April 21, the same day as her 92nd birthday.
Pop cutie Shawn Mendes is one of the artists scheduled to perform that night. Hopefully "There's Nothing Holding Him Back" from being there.
Kylie Minogue, who performed for the Queen's 90th birthday in 2016 and several other times in the past, is also on the set list for the big evening.
British pop superstar Craig David will be giving The Queen some serious eye candy for her major birthday party.
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One of the most unlikely duos, Sting and Shaggy, are also scheduled to perform. The two collaborated on a Caribbean-influenced album called 44/876, which will be in stores and online April 20.
Anne-Marie, who had the number one single "Rockabye" with Clean Bandit and Sean Paul, will also perform that night.
Sir Tom Jones, who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II herself back in 2006, is also set to take the stage.
Finally, The Queen has chosen South African singing group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, to be part of her celebration.
Who are you most excited to see perform at The Queen's birthday celebration? Sound off in the comments!