MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty ImagesNew details are emerging about this Sunday's closing ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics, and U.K. newspaper The Telegraph reports that the extravaganza may include some of the biggest stars in the history of British rock.
While The Who and George Michael have been confirmed for the event, and the participation of The Kinks' Ray Davies and Pink Floyd's Nick Mason is strongly rumored, The Telegraph has unveiled a speculative lineup that also includes The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Elton John, members of ***** and former Jam frontman Paul Weller.
While the paper stresses that it's "just guessing" about the entertainment bill it published, it does note that Olympic Closing Ceremony music director David Arnold has called the list "scarily accurate."
The ceremony will be titled "A Symphony of British Music" and will be two-and-a-half hours long. Arnold describes the event as "a celebration of Britishness in terms of the arts: design, fashion, fine art, poetry and play writing all sitting fairly and squarely on popular music."
Arnold says that the extravaganza will be "more theatrical than a concert," because the action will take place throughout the entire Olympic stadium. Adds Arnold, "It's a big 'arms around the world' event, where we are going to be asking people to get involved. Hopefully, it will be a big party."
The coverage of Sunday's Olympic Closing Ceremony begins at 7 p.m. ET on NBC.
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