John Lennon Sculpture Erected During ‘Imagine’ Tribute At Olympics Closing Ceremony

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Today was the closing ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics, which saw performances by legendary British bands like Queen and The Who, as well as musical tributes to artists David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and the lateJohn Lennon.

A remastered version of the iconic video for the song “Imagine” was shown during the tribute to the former Beatle, while performers sang (and signed) along, while others erected a sculpture of John Lennon’s face, including his trademark glasses.

Above and below are photos from the John Lennon tribute (courtesy of my television and iPhone camera).

The closing ceremony also saw performances from George Michael, Queen, The Who, Madness, Annie Lennox, and a reunion of The Spice Girls. The tributes, along with the one to Lennon, included those to David Bowie, which contained a nod to fashion; Pink Floyd, with original drummer Nick Mason performing “With You Where Here” with Ed Sheeran (beneath a tightrope act); and Russell Brand singing The Beatles’ song “I Am The Walrus.” READ MORE
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