The Platinum Party at the Palace concert has become the most watched TV event of 2022.
A total of 13.3 million people watched the Platinum Jubilee event in honour of the Queen.
Taking place in the grounds of Buckingham Palace on 4 June, the show was headlined by Diana Ross' first performance in the UK for 15 years.
Ross's set was criticised by many viewers with some taking to social media to accuse her of miming.
The concert also featured performances from Ed Sheeran, Rod Stewart and Britain's Eurovision contestant Sam Ryder.
The Queen did not attend the concert after complaining of "discomfort" during events a couple of days earlier.
She did however feature in a pre-recorded comedy sketch with Paddington Bear where she offered him a marmalade sandwich.
The event was attended by 22,000 people and featured an eclectic line-up of performers.
Opening the night were Queen and Adam Lambert who performed a medley of We Will Rock You, Don't Stop Me Now and We Are the Champions.
Jax Jones them appeared to perform five songs with collaborators Mabel, John Newman and Stefflon Don.
There was also a dance performance from Diversity and a celebration of the musicals of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Hans Zimmer also made an appearance to conduct excerpts from his score for Planet Earth II.
To close out the show Prince Charles gave a speech in tribute to his mother.
He said: "You laugh and cry with us and, most importantly, have been there for us, for these 70 years."
Charles added that serving the public was what "gets my mother up in the morning" and thanked her on behalf of the world.
He also made reference to his late father Prince Philip: "My papa would have enjoyed the show and joined us wholeheartedly in celebrating all you continue to do for your country and your people."
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