Tiwa Savage, the award-winning Nigerian music sensation, recently opened up about her historic performance at King Charles III’s coronation. This groundbreaking event, which took place in May 2023, marked Tiwa Savage as the first Nigerian artist to grace a British royal occasion. Her electrifying performance at the coronation concert, held on the East Lawn of Windsor Castle alongside Queen Camilla, showcased her exceptional talent to a global audience.
The concert itself boasted a star-studded lineup of internationally renowned musicians and performers, each bringing their own unique flair to the stage. However, it was Tiwa Savage who effortlessly stole the show, leaving the audience in awe and completely captivated by her mesmerizing performance.
Despite her extraordinary talent and experience in performing on various grand stages around the world, Tiwa Savage admitted to feeling a wave of nervousness in the initial moments of her appearance at Windsor Castle. In a candid interview on the popular morning TV show, Good Morning Britain, she shared her thoughts on the unforgettable experience.
Reflecting on the significance of representing the Commonwealth and the privilege of performing for the king, Tiwa Savage described the moment as “beautiful” and “amazing.” The opportunity to showcase her musical prowess on such a prestigious platform was undoubtedly a dream come true for the Nigerian superstar.
However, even amidst the glitz and glamour, Tiwa Savage couldn’t help but feel a surge of nerves during the first few seconds of her performance. Admitting her vulnerability, she recounted how she quickly realized that she needed to immerse herself in the energy of the crowd and let it carry her away.
“It was such an incredible moment to be on that stage, representing the Commonwealth,” Tiwa Savage expressed, her voice tinged with a mix of excitement and gratitude. “I must confess, I was nervous for the first few seconds. But once I started singing, I knew I had to surrender to the magic of the moment and let the audience sweep me away.“
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