Still no Bryan Adams, eh?

Furtado joins lineup for tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales
Canadian superstar Nelly Furtado has joined the lineup for the memorial concert in honour of Diana, Princess of Wales, in London this July 1.
Furtado will be spending Canada Day at the Concert for Diana being organized by Princes William and Harry to mark the 10th anniversary of their mother’s death.
The event is at Wembley Stadium on July 1, which would have been Diana’s 46th birthday. It has been described by William and Harry, who will appear on stage, as “the best birthday present she ever had.”
Organizers also on Wednesday added singer Tom Jones, rapper P Diddy and British Pop Idol winner Will Young to the lineup, which is believed to represent both Diana’s tastes and the preferences of her sons.
Furtado, who hosted Canada’s Juno Awards earlier this year, was at the top of the U.K. charts late last year with Maneater.
Elton John, Roger Hodgson, former singer for Supertramp, Rod Stewart and Duran Duran are among the selections from Diana’s era.
A performance is also being planned by the English National Ballet, and some of London’s theatre stars will perform a medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber music.
Also on the list are:
Take That.
James Morrison.
Lily Allen.
Kanye West.
Status Quo.
Pharrell Williams.
Joss Stone.
More than 32,000 tickets have already sold to the event, which will be televised worldwide.