INTERNATIONAL superstar tenors Aled Jones and Russell Watson will make their duetting debut on the Isle of Wight next week.

Two of the biggest selling classical artistes of all time, they will join forces at the Wight Proms in Cowes.

They will also be joined by The Kingdom Choir, best known for performing Stand By Me at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May 2018.

They will perform on Wednesday's free BBC One programme show, Songs of Praise, which will see 1,000 people at a special one-off recording.

The new announcement is in addition to the star-studded line-up already announced, with Alan Davies leading the comedy, Ruthie Henshall leading the musicals event, and soprano Lesley Garrett starring at Last Wight of the Proms.

There is also outdoor screenings of The Greatest Showman and Dirty Dancing, and a family classical concert Peter and the Wolf.

There is also a range of free arts workshops for 400 children and young adults to take part in comedy, musical theatre, opera and drumming and percussion.

The Sunday show, Last Wight of the Proms, has now sold out.

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