We'd like to see a golden warbler headline this royal event for the most obvious reason of all: What good's a reception without song and dance? Of course, we're willing to bet our country estate the performers courted by William and Kate will do a better job than Adam Sandler and his back-up band did in "The Wedding Singer."
Luckily, Prince William has access to some of the best musicians in the world -- and not only because he's heir to the British throne. In 1976, his father, Prince Charles, founded The Prince's Trust, a charity designed to give disadvantaged youth a boost. Some of the trust's ambassadors include pop stars Bryan Adams and Phil Collins, tenor Russell Watson and blues singer Joss Stone, who counted Prince William among her enthralled audience members during an Armed Forces concert in 2008.
With a line-up like that, the royal couple might not need our two cents, but that's never stopped us before: What about the singer Pink? She could turn any boring ol' reception into a dance party.