The public has chosen one act to represent each decade since the Fifties as part of a new Channel 4 show. Robbie Williams represents the 1990s, Michael Jackson the 1980s, Queen the 1970s, the Rolling Stones the 1960s and Cliff Richard has been chosen as the ambassador for the 1950s.
The UK Hall of Fame also inducted honorary members: Madonna, Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, U2 and the Beatles. All these acts were honoured in the ceremony London’s Hackney Empire which will be broadcast on Channel 4 on Sunday.
Elvis Presley’s former wife Priscilla, 59, picked up his honorary award. She said: “Elvis would be very proud… I wish that he could be here to enjoy this moment.” She added: “His dream, that of a world tour, was never realised. His fan base was so strong here, and because of that he would have been very proud to receive this.”
Source: Google / Updated: Nov 12, 2004