A Venture With Tim Rice? Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice were originally approached in the 1970s to write some songs for a proposed film of Aspects of Love that never got made. Her Majesty Gets Involved When Lloyd Webber was asked to write a show for Queen Elizabeth’s private 60th birthday celebration in 1986, he got in touch with Rice and they collaborated on the mini-musical Cricket. A number of tunes the composer had already penned for Aspects got temporarily used in the production for Her Majesty! 007 Gets Cast Roger Moore was cast as George in the original West End production but withdrew from the show during rehearsals; Kevin Colson stepped in. Michael Ball's Big Hit “Love Changes Everything,” sung by Michael Ball, was released as a single and spent 14 weeks in the U.K. singles chart, peaking at number two. Sarah Brightman... …Lloyd Webber’s second wife, took over the role of Rose Vibert in both the West End and on Broadway. It was her second Broadway credit after Christine in Phantom.