Sir Elton John, Rod Stewart, Kanye West and James Blunt will perform at Princess Diana's tribute concert.
The late Diana's sons, Princes William and Harry, have invited a host ofmusical stars to appear at this summer's Concert For Diana, includingMeatloaf, Bryan Adams, Pharrell Williams, Orson, Joss Stone, Take That andKeane.
Elton, who sang at Diana's 1997 funeral, said he was "thrilled" to be takingpart.
Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon is set to perform a duet with JustinTimberlake.
Newly reformed Take That revealed they idolized Diana, who was killed in aParis car crash in 1997.
Mark Owen said: "Princess Diana was such an amazing woman. I think it'slovely the princes want to do something to remember her."
Organizers are trying to convince Dire Straits - one of Diana's favoritebands - to appear, and the Spice Girls are also rumored to be reuniting fora special performance.
The concert will take place at the new Wembley Stadium on July 1 - whichwould have been Diana's 46th birthday.
Prince William said: "We want it to represent exactly what our mother wouldhave wanted. A church service wasn't enough. We wanted this big concert full of energy, fun and happiness. It has to be the best birthday present sheever had."
Tickets for the event sold out within 20 minutes last December.
Money raised from the concert will go to several charities, including the Diana Memorial Fund.