Spanish opera singer Montserrat Caballe has been given a six-month suspended prison sentenced for tax fraud.
Prosecutors said Caballe failed to pay the Spanish treasury 508,468 euros (£368,409) in tax on her earnings.
The 82-year-old singer admitted in 2010 that she lived in Spain but was registered as a resident of Andorra for tax purposes.
The sentence was the result of an agreement with prosecutors that avoided the need for a trial.
Caballe is best-known for Barcelona, her 1987 duet with Queen singer Freddie Mercury, which was a worldwide hit and was played during the 1992 Olympic Games.
She will not go to prison because all first convictions resulting in sentences of less than two years are suspended in Spain.