Olympics closing ceremony preparations finalised

Finishing touches made to closing ceremony
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The Olympics closing ceremony, titled 'A Symphony of British Music', undergoes its last few tweaks ahead of Sunday's show.

The London Olympics closing ceremony has undergone its final adjustments in the last few days as artistic director Kim Gavin prepares to mark the end of the two-week Games.

The closing show, which is titled 'A Symphony of British Music' is due to kick off at 9pm on Sunday, with the likes of George Michael and Muse expected to perform at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford.

While details of the show have been kept under wraps, it has been speculated that 1990s British pop fivesome the Spice Girls are due to reunite for the closing ceremony after photos emerged of the group rehearsing on black London taxis.

Gavin was also responsible for Take That's latest tour and the Concert for Diana in 2007.

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