James Nesbitt caught up in awkward Coronation concert blunder – did you spot it? | The Sun

ACTOR James Nesbitt found himself caught up in an awkward Coronation concert blunder over the weekend.

As the country continued to celebrate Charles, 74, a one-off show at Windsor Castle saw the royals on their feet as they boogied to Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Take That.

And actor James, 58, was getting ready to do a piece to camera, ahead of introducing Paloma Faith to the stage to sing Lullaby.

But technical difficulties meant not all went to plan, with James’ piece interrupted by the camera suddenly cutting away.

This led to the star standing there in awkward silence as the audience waited with anticipation, in a clip which has since gone internet viral.

James’ cue to start speaking never came, leading to a very awkward moment for the star as he stared down the lens.

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Crowds cheered and clapped through the silence as everyone waited for the star to begin speaking.

He eventually lifted his microphone up and got stuck into his speech.

The two-hour spectacular featured music from the likes of Paloma Faith, appearances from Piers Brosnan and Tom cruise and a heartfelt speech from Prince William.

Lionel Richie sang his much-loved All Night Long as Charles and the Royals danced.

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Katy Perry performed her hit Roar as Princess Charlotte sang along with mum Kate.

She then dedicated her song Firework to Charles and the work they both do for the The British Asian Trust.

Brit favourite Take That concluded the concert with a special feature from singer Calum Scott.

The King was on his feet waving a Union Jack as he danced along to the song Shine.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were also up and waving their flags.

Closing the whole concert, the trio sang their 1995-hit Never Forget as the audience joined in.

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