Celebs pay Twitter tributes to Queen
Cheryl Cole led a stream of celebrity Twitter tributes to the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee celebration.entertainment Updated: Jun 04, 2012 18:58 IST
Cheryl Cole led a stream of celebrity Twitter tributes to the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee celebration.
The pop star posted a picture of Union Jack flags hanging in London, with the comment: “Feeling Patriotic. I love our Royal Family.”
Homesick singer Olly Murs, who is on tour in the US, told his followers: “Hope everyone is having a splendid day in the UK enjoying the Diamond Jubilee.
“Gutted I’m not there to join in,” Murs wrote, according to the Daily Star.
Former Spice Girl Emma Bunton tweeted: “Such a shame about the weather but I’m determined to have a fabulous Royal day with my boys and family.”
Comedian Alan Carr wrote: “I’m all for waving a bit of bunting but my friend has just turned up at my house with a Union Jack vajazzle #justwrong”.
Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton said: “From one Queen to another, congratulations. May you reign in good health for many years to come.”
Meanwhile celebrities involved in big Jubilee concert were getting fired up for the Buckingham Palace gig.
Organiser Gary Barlow was busy posting pics on Twitter.
And Jessie J tweeted “Been working since 8am. Jubilee rehearsaaallllls!