Royal fans concerned as George Ezra skips lyric about dying during Palace performance

George Ezra appeared to miss some lyrics in his song 'Green Green Grass' during his performance for the ongoing Jubilee celebrations.

Part of the chorus to the undeniably catchy tune goes: “Green green grass, blue blue sky. You better throw a party on the day that I die.”

However, those watching this evening's Party at the Palace noticed the singer missed the part about throwing a party on the day he dies – sparking people to believe it was something to do with the Queen and her ongoing health issues.

“I see George Ezra isn't allowed to mention anyone dying in the Platinum Jubilee,” wrote one viewer, as someone else said: “George Ezra dropping the line 'on the day that I die' for obvious reasons.”

Another wrote: “George Ezra obviously told not mention death outside the palace. Awks.”

“They made George Ezra cut the lyric 'the day that I die' from that song. Howay, what did they think would happen? Is Ezra some sort of mystic who can sing lyrics that bring about the monarch’s demise?!” someone else quipped.

“Should we be concerned that George Ezra cut out 'on the day that I die' from his lyrics?” questioned another.

Dozens of other viewers echoed similar sentiments, and wondered why the musician did the song at all if he had to censor it.

George’s performance this evening comes after he was recently revealed to beone of Kate Middleton’s favourite pop stars.

Speaking ahead of the jubilee concert, he told OK!: “I’ve heard that Kate Middleton has one or two of my CDs! I haven’t met the Queen yet but if I do I’ll be on my best behaviour.”

The 28 year old musician also admitted that he was extremely nervous ahead of this evening’s performance.

“I played my first gig in London two weeks ago and just stood at the side of the stage saying, ‘How the f**k am I going to do this?’ I have to remind myself pop music should be fun,” George told us.

“With the jubilee, it’s easy to overwhelm myself and get nervous. If I look too far ahead my mind starts to melt.”

“I remember these events growing up, and I think I’ve got a little bit of imposter syndrome. Diana Ross is playing, you know,” he added.

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