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First it was the flotilla, now it's the Palace party.
As Paper Monitor peruses today's papers, one thing is certain - anyone looking for any news other than the Queen's Jubilee will have to be patient.
Take the Daily Mail for starters, under the headline "Diamond Dazzler" it dedicates its first 16 pages to "spectacular pictures and reports".
Or the Daily Mirror, which can't tear itself away from what it calls the "Jubilee Concert drama" until page 13.
The verdict on the party is almost unanimous - the concert was a success.
As the Times' Will Hodgkinson puts it: "It may have been unashamedly populist, and a touch naff, but the Diamond Jubilee Concert was a flag-waving triumph".
But that doesn't stop plenty of papers from putting the attendees through their paces.
Separating the "diamonds from the duds", the Daily Mirror's music critic Gavin Martin awards five crowns to Grace Jones and her "extraordinary hula-hooping" and Kylie Minogue as "thigh slapping Pearly Queen". Bottom of the pack, with only two crowns, however, is given to an "underwhelming" Cheryl Cole and "lacklustre" Gary Barlow.
Meanwhile the Daily Telegraph reports that compere Lenny Henry was given the thumbs-down on Twitter for his comments "all the black people in the house say yeah", and points out Grace Jones seemed to forget why she was attending when she bellowed: "We love you - happy birthday, our Queen".
Another person that didn't fare too well, according to the paper, was will.i.am. It says Phillip Schofield told him off for failing to address her properly as Your Majesty.
However one man that gets more praise than normal in many quarters is Prince Charles. The Times says the Prince of Wales touched the nation with his "heartfelt" tribute to the Queen, while his call to wish his absent father well got one of the biggest cheers of the night.
But for the Telegraph, it was the Queen herself who deserved the highest praise for attending despite the Duke's illness.
"On a night of colour and noise, the Queen's resolve stands out," it says.
Paper Monitor advises anyone who is after any other story than the Jubilee to stay resolved too. The papers should be back to normal by Thursday.