Prince Harry Sang 'It Wasn't Me' to Shaggy When They First Met: He's 'a Fan,' Says Singer




This isn’t the first time that Prince Harry has belted out a few notes in public. In February, the prince teamed up with rock legend John Bon Jovi at London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios to record a charity version of Bon Jovi's 2019 song “Unbroken” in aid of the Invictus Games.

The recording session – which involved Harry singing alongside Bon Jovi in a vocal booth — was one of Harry's last public engagements before he and wife Meghan Markle officially stepped back from royal life on March 31.

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In March 2019, the prince also publicly sang a line from the Sound of Music — “So Long, Farewell,” as he and a heavily pregnant Markle left Canada House in London.

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In August 2018, the prince even briefly sang “You’ll Be Back” at a special West End performance of Hamilton — the song performed by his sixth great-grandfather King George in the show – with Meghan going on to reveal that Harry sings the hit show's tunes all the time at home.

“You say…” Harry sang on stage before the crowd burst into applause — with Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda stomping his feet in appreciation.

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