It's tricky getting a memorial for Diana right, isn't it? The funeral was turned into a sideshow for her brother to rattle a few sabres (you'll have noticed him helping William and Harry's souls to sing over the last decade, of course); nobody quite believes she's buried on the island at the heart of the tourist attraction built to remember her; the charity established in her name pissed millions up the wall fighting the manufacturers of unlicensed tat; the song in her honour was just a retread of an old one about Marilyn Monroe; and the less said about the fountain in the park, the better.
Now, the Diana Memorial Concert is phuttering about like a candle in a very strong gale. Playlouder reports that the attraction of Live Earth has made getting people to sign up for the Di do a bit of a struggle. The choice between singing to save some polar bears and penguins, or to memorialise the woman who threw herself downstairs while pregnant to spite her in-laws is turning into a bit of a no-brainer:
(As Playlouder points out 'cutting-edge' might be pushing it a bit.)
If it helps, Princes, Status Quo are, as yet, uncommitted to either event.