Take That and James Blunt are not confirmed to be appearing at a tribute concert to the late Princess Diana, it has emerged.
A report in this morning's Daily Mirror claimed that the comeback kings and solo crooner would be part of the all-star line-up at the Concert For Diana to mark the tenth anniversary of her death.
But a spokesperson for the event told the Sun newspaper this afternoon: "Contrary to the report in today's Daily Mirror, Take That and James Blunt are not confirmed to appear at Concert for Diana on July 1st."
The Mirror also said that Keane, Kanye West, Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and James Morrison would be taking part in the concert.
So far the only confirmed acts are Sir Elton John, Joss Stone, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Duran Duran, Pharrell Williams and the English National Ballet.
Announcing the details of the concert in December, Prince William said he and his brother Harry intended it to be "what our mother would have wanted".
"We wanted to have this big concert full of energy, full of the sort of fun and happiness which I know she would have wanted," he added.
The Concert For Diana will take place at the newly-built Wembley Stadium on what would have been the Princess' 46th birthday.