Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan enlisted Idris Elba to be a DJ during their May 2018 wedding, though Meghan already had some marks in mind. In a new talk on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Elba pronounced a Suits alum sent him a list of ideas.
“A lot of tunes went off,” Elba, 46, told DJ Ace on a radio station, adding that one preference he played was “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston.
He added: “Meghan sent me a playlist with some unclothed tunes on it. … There was some West Coast on it. That’s all I’m saying.”
Ace asked Elba if “West Coast” meant Tupac, Dr. Dre or Snoop Dogg, though a Hobbs Shaw actor kept mum. “I’m not gonna put their business out like that, that’s not fair,” he replied, laughing. “Ask Meghan and Harry.”
Elba formerly talked about a deejaying respect this Feb on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “Harry and I, we’ve hung out a integrate of times by his dad,” he told horde Ellen DeGeneres. “His dad’s gift The Prince’s Trust helped me out as a immature actor. So we do a lot of work with them, Harry and [Prince] William a few times.”
He went on: “And Harry came to a integrate of parties that we deejayed, and he was like, ‘Hey man, what are we doing on a date?’ And we was like, ‘Nothing.’ He goes, ‘Hmm, would we deejay during my wedding?’ we was like, ‘Is this a joke? Are we joking?’ And he’s, like, serious.”
Following a star-studded nuptials, a source told Us Weekly that a Luther actor manned a turntables during a dusk accepting during Frogmore House and that he played Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” during one indicate while Meghan, 37, danced with her girlfriends.
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