RAPPER Snoop Dogg is eyeing two coronations — busting out some rhymes for King Charles and busting out lines in TV soap Corrie.
Snoop, real name Calvin Broadus Jr, could be the surprise musical saviour at the King’s coronation.
Snoop Dogg is a huge fan of ITV’s Coronation Street and fancies propping up the bar at the Rovers Return
Snoop said: ‘Coronation Street, I love it. If they call me I’ll do it. I’ll play whenever they need’
The unlikely monarchist revealed he would love to perform in Windsor on May 6 after a string of stars including Sir Elton John, Adele and Harry Styles declined.
And Snoop, 51, is also a huge fan of ITV’s Coronation Street and fancies propping up the bar at the Rovers Return.
He insisted: I’m down to perform at the coronation. Make it happen.”
Snoop said he would he happy to appear to honour the late Queen Elizabeth, who he affectionately calls Queen Lizzie.
The Drop It Like It’s Hot star’s love for the royals began in the mid-1990s when he faced a UK tour ban after being accused of murder.
Charges were later dropped and Snoop said: “When they tried to kick me out of England, the Queen made a comment that her grandbabies loved Snoop Doggy Dogg, and he had done no wrong in Britain, so she gave me permission to be here.
“Those grandbabies grew up to be Prince William and Harry, so I had influence on them and they had influence on their grandmother, which enabled me to get into this beautiful country. They love my music. There’s mutual love and respect.”
Snoop went on: “Coronation Street, I love it. If they call me I’ll do it. I’ll play whenever they need.
“I love the cinematography, acting, the storylines and just the reality.
“I’d like to be part of it because they’ve been part of my culture.”
Snoop, who has had nine top ten UK singles, was speaking at the launch of his new game HotBox with the crypto casino Roobet.
He also hit out at cancel culture insisting: “That’s what the fans love.
“When you get me you’re getting a one of a kind experience.”
The rapper has revealed he would also love to perform at King Charles’ coronation