DotMusic.com is reporting that OZZY OSBOURNE has been signed up to play at the Prince's Trust Tower of London concert.Ozzy and the band MCFLY will join the Prince of Wales, Prince William and Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cornwall to celebrate the charity's 30th birthday. Surviving BEE GEES Barry and Robin Gibb, Pink, Annie Lennox, the SUGABABES, Lionel Richie and Ronan Keating have already been announced as performers at the concert. Yorkshire indie band EMBRACE will sing their first live rendition of the official England World Cup anthem, "World At Your Feet", at the May 20 event. Osbourne, 57, who sang at Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Golden Jubilee, said: "I have met lots of young people helped by the Prince's Trust and been inspired by all of them." The show will also be screened live on ITV1 and presented by Cat Deeley, Ben Elton, Vernon Kay, Patrick Kielty and Kate Thornton. Read more at this location.
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