Gary Barlow has revealed that performers were "scared to death" that the star-studded Diamond Jubilee gig would be cancelled on the day.
Clarence House has announced details of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Jubilee tour next month.
The Queen's favourite songs include Miss Otis Regrets and People Will Say We're In Love, Andrew Lloyd Webber has said.
Gary Barlow has said he has no plans to return his OBE following calls for him to return the honour in the wake of claims he used an "aggressive tax avoidance" scheme.
Asked if he will hand it back, he said: "I'm very proud to have it. Very proud."
The Take That star and X-Factor judge is attending a reception at Buckingham Palace tonight hosted by the Queen to thank those involved in the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The only commissioned Diamond Jubilee portrait of the Queen has been unveiled at an Australian art gallery.
Artist Ralph Heimans said the painting at Canberra's National Portrait Gallery was "soulful and emotional" and shows the Queen in "a moment of reflection".
The Australian-born painter said he was given just an hour with the Queen at Westminster Abbey, the spot of her coronation 60 years ago.
"She's amazingly vulnerable ... I wanted to be very honest," said Heimans.
"We can imagine what she might be thinking and feeling at that moment. She's a beautiful subject to paint, she has a great face."
On their trip to Singapore, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend an orchid-naming ceremony and visit an orchid named after Princess Diana shortly before her death in 1997.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Diamond Jubilee tour dates have been revealed.
The Royal couple will travel through the South Pacific and South East Asia next month and visit the following cities: Singapore (11th); Malaysia (13th); Sabah, Malaysia (rainforest) (15th), Solomon Islands (16th) and Tuvalu (18th).
The Queen visited Scotland's largest city today as part of her week long trip north to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
The Queen started the day with a thanksgiving service at Glasgow Cathedral accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh,
About 1,300 people packed into the Cathedral for the event, which was led by its minister Reverend Dr Laurence Whitley.
After the service, the Queen and Duke went to the city's George Square, where they were greeted by crowds who waved and cheered.
The Queen was in Glasgow as part of her week-long trip north to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
The Queen will visit Scotland's largest city today as part of her week long trip north to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
The Queen will start the day with a thanksgiving service at Glasgow Cathedral, where she will be accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, before paying a visit to George Square in the city centre.