Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a lot going for them already—they're loved by the masses, they're both successful in their career and charitable endeavors, and they're a royal and soon-to-be royal, respectively. Now, it's clear that they're winning in another category: Potential wedding singers.
Following news that Ed Sheeran showed interest in performing at the couple's wedding reception, People explored all of Harry and Markle's plentiful possibilities. According to the site, the prince has a ton of connections, thanks to the many events that he's helped organize in the past. In September, both Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams took the stage at his Invictus Games. Last year, Coldplay headlined his Sentebale charity concert, and in 2007, Rod Stewart, Elton John, Pharrell Williams, and Duran Duran honored his late mother on the 10th anniversary of her death.
As if those names aren't impressive enough, Harry's good friends with The Killers and Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters. Plus, a couple of stars have already volunteered to perform on his and Markle's big day, other than Sheeran. Sam Smith told The Sun, "I'm obsessed. I want to sing at the wedding," and British artist Stormzy recently shared that he'd be willing to deliver "a little acoustic for young Harry."
Clearly, the question isn't whether or not the couple will have memorable entertainment, but who of the many contenders will be providing it. It's safe to say that no matter which act(s) they go with, they're bound to have a rockin' reception.