Cheryl Cole, Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and Sir Elton John were among the many artists who took part in Gary Barlow's concert at Buckingham Palace on Monday (June 4).
Mel B of the Spice Girls watched the concert from her home and took to Twitter to reveal that she wanted to take part in the show.
"Makes me sooo sad spice girls wasn't part of the queens jubilee,break[s] my heart big time,i was so up for it,watched some of it on tv,amazing (sic)," she wrote.
Her bandmate Mel C added that she was a "bit miffed" to have missed the gig, while Emma Bunton insisted that the Spice Girls would have been a perfect addition to the show.
"The spice girls should have rocked this show," Bunton tweeted.
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Mel C confirmed in February that the Spice Girls would not take part in the Diamond Jubilee, saying at the time: "Unfortunately we don't plan to perform or reform, so I'm sorry to disappoint anybody."
The Diamond Jubilee Concert was praised by many of its performers. Sir Tom Jones told the press after the event that he viewed the gig as a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity.
Sir Cliff Richard, will.i.am, and Dame Shirley Bassey were among the many artists who joined Barlow in saluting Queen Elizabeth II's 60th anniversary on the throne.
Watch the closing fireworks show at the Diamond Jubilee Concert below: