Singing a self-penned song written for the Opening Ceremony of CHOGM by the QUEEN - Guy Sebastian shows his true Aussie class again!
In attendance at the opening ceremony held in Perth on 28 October 2011, were Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Julia Gillard, the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth and heads of government from all 53 Commonwealth nations.
Her Kind of Guy
The Queen appears to be a fan of Guy Sebastian and the singer/songwriter is a fan of CHOGM.
The former Australian Idol winner stole the show at yesterday's opening ceremony. The Herald Sun has learned that Sebastian wrote the song It Starts With Us for the biggest-ever gathering of world leaders in Australia.
"United we stand: we've given our all; be as one; we'll rise to the call," he sang.
Sebastian received enthusiastic applause from the Queen, who had otherwise appeared unemotional through the 90-minute ceremony of speeches, dance and other cultural performances.
Guy Sebastian was pushed to the ground, handcuffed and hauled off to the LAPD cop shop for stealing his own car. It was a bizarre misunderstanding and Sebastian explains this to Queen of Australian daytime television Kerri-Anne Kennerley.
Guy performs on the TODAY show on Australia Day at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. Richard Wilkins interviews Guy about his performance in front of Barry Gibb at the G'Day USA Black Tie Gala Ball causing Barry to cry.
Barry Gibb, was honoured for Excellence in Music and presented an award by Aussie singer and actress, Olivia Newton-John.