The Symphony of British Music section was one of most eagerly-anticipated sections at the Closing Ceremony of the London Olympics on Sunday (August 12).
The section opened with Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody
rocking the stadium before a specially-made video of late Beatles legend John Lennon singing his classic Imagine
was played while a children's choir sang along inside the venue.
George Michael then gave his first performance since recovering from pneumonia last year by belting out Freedom
and new single White Light
Kaiser Chiefs performed a version of The Who's Pinball Wizard
before a montage of David Bowie hits were played, which saw supermodels including Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell strut down a runway to his classic Fashion
The Spice Girls reunited to perform at the ceremony. The 90s girl band - made up of Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Mel C - arrived individually on the top of five London taxis while belting out their hits Wannabe
and Spice Up Your Life
in the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, east London.
It was the first time the five-piece had performed together in over four years.
Others to perform in the section included Jessie J, Fatboy Slim, Tinie Tempah, Taio Cruz, Annie Lennox, Russell Brand, Muse, Muse, while Beady Eye's Liam Gallagher performed classic Oasis tune Wonderwall
Monty Python's Eric Idle had the whole stadium singing along with him as he sang Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
, which included a segment of him joining in with a group of Bollywood dancers.
Following a video of the late Freddie Mercury singing to the crowd, his Queen band mates Brian May and Roger Taylor took to the stage with Jessie J to sing We Will Rock You
to close the section.