The male choir singing at the Queen’s funeral is causing a stir on social media.
It’s a gloomy day across the globe like Queen Elizabeth II booked to rest Westminster Abbey, 11 days after her death. We reported on some notable developments at the event, including Princess Catherine (aka ) Kate Middleton), Meghan Markleand Princess Charlotte all of pay tribute to the late king with their jewelry and how King Charles III become emotional when placing a simple but sweet notes on his mother’s coffin.
However, some surprising online attention has been turned to some non-royal people – the boys in the choir!
The Westminster Abbey Choir It was originally founded in the 14th century and consisted of 30 boys between the ages of 8 and 13, as well as 12 adult singers. The performance was performed by James O’Donnell.
People are melting their hearts especially by one member, who can be seen “unmistakably” red buckles as he sings his little heart. See below):
Twitter quickly began to flood, with users writing things like:
“Just have to love the young choir boy with impeccable hair #queensfu Tang”
“This Choir Boy Has Traveled In Victorian Time”
“The lil redhead choir at Queens funeral… was a Superstar.”
“I can’t get enough of that first choir boy, the redhead is definitely feeling these songs.”
“The last choir is really putting his heart and soul into his performance. 10/10 for the effort. #queensfu tang ”
“This redhead choir boy has been training for this day for years, you could tell, he’s been into it”
“The boy in the choir with red hair is really feeling his voice lol. it’s broadcast all over the world so let’s shine boy”
And it doesn’t stop there! Another boy in the choir goes viral as well but for the exact opposite reason – you can’t see him at all! Yes, as the camera pans across him, an inconveniently placed red light can be seen obstructing his view. Of course, interesting things came shortly after, with one user comparing him to the likes PixarMike Wazowski’s:
– Eric Trump (@erictrump99) September 19, 2022
However, other users feel bad for him, writing things like:
“Lmfaooo choir boy’s face is blocked by a lamp”
“Imagine being the proud parent of the boy in the choir to the right, waiting to see your little one sing in front of billions of people, and then this happens #queensfuneral”
Sorrowful! LOL – League of Legends!
It’s nice to be able to laugh lightly on such a heavy day, but we believe the focus will continue to be primarily on Your Majesty. She can rest in peace. Watch the full funeral broadcast (below):
What will YOUR longtime readers do with today’s famous choir groups? Let us know in the comments below)!
[Images via BBC/YouTube & MEGA/WENN]