Ozzy, Elton John, Paul McCartney Salute Queen Of England

Tony Bennett, Eric Clapton, Ricky Martin, others play Golden Jubilee celebration in London.

Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Bennett, Paul McCartney, a handful of Hell's Angels, a

gospel choir of 5,000 and a throng of close to 1 million onlookers turned

out to help England's Queen Elizabeth celebrate 50 years on the throne over

the weekend at London's Buckingham Palace.

Eric Clapton, Ricky Martin, S Club 7, Spice Girl Emma Bunton, Joe Cocker,

Phil Collins, the Corrs, Aretha Franklin, Sir Elton John, Tom Jones, Annie

Lennox, Mis-Teeq, Brian Wilson, Rod Stewart, Cliff Richard and Will Young

also turned out for the event, which played to a global television audience

of millions more over the course of the weekend-long celebration, according

to Reuters.

The Queen's Golden Jubilee weekend kicked off Saturday and came to a climax

with Monday's pop concert. The young-at-heart 76-year-old Queen started the

star-studded evening by leading the nation in a rousing rendition of the

mop-top favorite "All You Need Is Love."

Queen guitarist Brian May then took to the roof of Buckingham Palace in

front of 12,000 ticket holders (and a million more outside the palace gates)

for a solo performance of the national anthem "God Save the Queen."

After light ceremonies, classical music performances, fireworks, some

hardcore church-going and a closing concert, the festivities wrapped up

Tuesday. The lights went down on Buckingham as the Hell's Angels joined a

gospel choir of 5,000 in a carnival procession. After the parade, the tired

Queen waved to the masses from a Buckingham Palace balcony, closing the

Jubilee weekend.

Stateside fans can catch a broadcast of the Party at the Palace on Sunday, June 9 at 9 p.m (ET) on VH1.