Shaggy Broke Royal Protocol By Approaching Her Majesty During Performance With Sting At The Queen’s 92nd Birthday Concert

There is stringent protocol surrounding the Royal Family, but Shaggy doesn’t play by those rules.

Appearing with Sting on “Live with Kelly and Ryan”, the reggae singer talked about their performance together at Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday celebration concert over the weekend.

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“I’m not sure we are entirely to her taste,” Sting said, though Shaggy was sure he saw the Queen wink at him in approval.

The “It Wasn’t Me” singer admitted he may have broken protocol at one point during the show.

Sting explained the one big rule they were given was, “Whatever you do, don’t go into the audience,” but Shaggy ignored the rule and began approaching the royal box where the Queen and her family were seated.

“We’re a bit disruptive,” Shaggy joked.

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“He was heading towards the royal box,” Sting described. “I thought, Please, no… That’s my Queen!”

“I was trying to high five, yo!” Shaggy explained. “But it was good, we had everyone up on their feet, including the Queen. It wasn’t the normal protocol, but you know, we got the party going. It was a good time.”



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