Paul McCartney turns into oldest solo superstar to headline Glastonbury – and initiatives Johnny Depp on display screen

Sir Paul McCartney made historical past because the oldest ever solo superstar to headline the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday, gracing the coveted Pyramid Stage in Worthy Farm.

The tune legend, who ultimate week celebrated his eightieth birthday, took to the degree for a crowd of 1000’s with a medley of his greatest hits, his first efficiency on the competition since 2004.

Sir Paul welcomed Dave Grohl in appearing a string of chart-toppers in combination – together with Band On The Run – ahead of introducing some other particular visitor, Bruce Springsteen, to the Pyramid Stage. 

He additionally confirmed his allegiance to his good friend Johnny Depp whilst appearing his 2012 observe, My Valentine, as he projected a clip of the actor from the music’s tune video onto the display screen at the back of him.

Iconic! Sir Paul McCartney made historical past because the oldest ever solo superstar to headline the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday, gracing the coveted Pyramid Stage in Worthy Farm

He not too long ago used the pictures in his contemporary US Get Back excursion, whilst the Pirates Of The Caribbean superstar used to be in the middle of his defamation trial towards his ex-wife Amber Heard, which he later gained.

Also that includes Natalie Portman, the black-and-white video sees the Hollywood superstar enjoying guitar and translating the observe into signal language.

Paul didn’t cope with Depp’s $100million courtroom case towards Amber without delay right through the live performance however once the photographs of the actor gave the impression on degree, the gang cheered.

After belting out a string of hits with Dave, he stated: ‘Love you Dave thanks guy all of us love ya. Ladies and gents yet one more time – Dave Grohl. He stated you realize he’s going to come over and I did not imagine him however I must have, he confirmed up. 

Friend: He also showed his allegiance to his pal Johnny Depp while performing his 2012 track, My Valentine, as he projected a clip of the actor from the song's music video onto the screen behind him

Friend: He additionally confirmed his allegiance to his good friend Johnny Depp whilst appearing his 2012 observe, My Valentine, as he projected a clip of the actor from the music’s tune video onto the display screen at the back of him

Collab: Sir Paul welcomed Dave Grohl (left) in performing a string of chart-toppers together - including Band On The Run - before introducing another special guest, Bruce Springsteen, to the Pyramid Stage

Collab: Sir Paul welcomed Dave Grohl (left) in appearing a string of chart-toppers in combination – together with Band On The Run – ahead of introducing some other particular visitor, Bruce Springsteen, to the Pyramid Stage

Pals: After belting out a string of hits with Dave, he said: 'Love you Dave thank you man we all love ya. Ladies and gentlemen one more time - Dave Grohl. He said you know he'll come over and I didn't believe him but I should have, he showed up'

Pals: After belting out a string of hits with Dave, he stated: ‘Love you Dave thanks guy all of us love ya. Ladies and gents yet one more time – Dave Grohl. He stated you realize he’s going to come over and I did not imagine him however I must have, he confirmed up’

‘We have some other marvel for you from the east coast of America, New Jersey, it is Mr Bruce Springsteen.’

Taking to the degree, Bruce stated: ‘Happy birthday Paul, here is to 80 extra years.’ The pair continue to play Glory Days at the Pyramid Stage.

It marks Dave’s first efficiency since his Foo Fighters bandmate Taylor Hawkins tragically died in March, in his Colombia resort room.

No reason for demise used to be introduced however a toxicology file confirmed lines of 10 other ingredients in his frame – together with opioids, marijuana and anti-depressants. 

The Foo Fighters have additionally introduced two tribute concert events honoring the past due drummer.

Jaw-dropping: The music legend, who last week celebrated his 80th birthday, took to the stage for a crowd of thousands with a medley of his biggest hits

He's back! It was his first performance at the festival since 2004

Jaw-dropping: The tune legend, who ultimate week celebrated his eightieth birthday, took to the degree for a crowd of 1000’s with a medley of his greatest hits, his first efficiency on the competition since 2004

Dapper: The performer donned a smary navy blue Nehru jacket for the opening moments of his headline set, but later removed it, telling the crowd it would be his 'only wardrobe change of the night'

Dapper: The performer donned a smary military blue Nehru jacket for the hole moments of his headline set, however later got rid of it, telling the gang it will be his ‘most effective dresser trade of the night time’

It's here! Greeting the crowd at the start of the show, Paul said: 'Oh man, it's so good to be here'

At last! Alluding to his headline set being delayed by Covid, he added: 'We were supposed to be doing this three years ago!'

It’s right here! Greeting the gang at the beginning of the display, Paul stated: ‘Oh guy, it is so excellent to be right here. We had been intended to be doing this 3 years in the past!’

The rock band will play at London’s Wembley Stadium on September 3 and the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on September 27 to honour their ‘liked bandmate’, who tragically passed on to the great beyond on the age of fifty.

The tribute concert events had been organised via Taylor’s circle of relatives along side his bandmates Dave, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear and Rami Jaffee.

The Best of You band stated they might be teaming up with artists who impressed and had been impressed via the past due musician, ‘enjoying the songs that he fell in love with, and those he delivered to existence’.

The Love Me Do hitmaker additionally were given the gang to cheer for his house town of Liverpool, in addition to his past due bandmate John Lennon, to whom he devoted Here Today to. He additionally published he have been enjoying George Harrison’s ukulele right through the gig. 

The display proves a poignant second in Paul’s long occupation, because it additionally got here 55 years to the day since The Beatles reached the biggest target market of their historical past, once they carried out at the international’s first world TV broadcast.

Paul’s display wasn’t with out drama, because it used to be reported he in brief halted his display to test on a member of the target market, who gave the look to be in misery. 

Kind: Paul's show wasn't without drama

Gesture: It was reported he briefly halted his show to check on a member of the audience, who appeared to be in distress

Kind: Paul’s display wasn’t with out drama, because it used to be reported he in brief halted his display to test on a member of the target market, who gave the look to be in misery

Good spot! A source said: 'He was in the middle of his tribute to Jimmy Hendricks when he stopped to check on someone in the crowd'

Good spot! A supply stated: ‘He used to be in the course of his tribute to Jimmy Hendricks when he stopped to test on any individual within the crowd’

What?! While fans at Glastonbury were no doubt eagerly anticipating Pauls' headline set, many viewers at home were also eager to watch it on BBC

What?! While enthusiasts at Glastonbury had been undoubtedly eagerly expecting Pauls’ headline set, many audience at house had been additionally keen to observe it on BBC

Gang: Paul was joined by two guitarists, who looked dapper in black shirts and matching trousers

Gang: Paul used to be joined via two guitarists, who regarded dapper in black shirts and matching trousers

A supply advised The Mirror: ‘He used to be in the course of his tribute to Jimmy Hendrix when he stopped to test on any individual within the crowd.’

A involved Paul stated: ‘What’s happening there? Something taking place within the heart, woohoo. Okay, we are sorting it. It’s all excellent, right here we pass, pass on mate.’

He then joked: ‘It wasn’t that solo I performed? Alright.’

Greeting the gang at the beginning of the display, Paul stated: ‘Oh guy, it is so excellent to be right here. We had been intended to be doing this 3 years in the past!’ alluding to his prior reserving on the competition, ahead of it used to be cancelled because of the Covid pandemic.

The performer donned a sensible military blue Nehru jacket for the hole moments of his headline set, however later got rid of it, telling the gang it will be his ‘most effective dresser trade of the night time.’ 

Along along with his display coming 55 years since a ancient international efficiency via The Beatles, Paul additionally hearkened again to the crowd’s heyday via appearing along with his authentic guitar from his well-known stint with the band.

During the display Paul additionally paid tribute to fellow rock legend Jimi Hendrix with a efficiency of Wings’ Let Me Roll It, and mirrored at the time he spent with the musician when he visited London.

Powerful: He recently used the footage in his recent US Get Back tour, while the Pirates Of The Caribbean star was in the midst of his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, which he later won

Powerful: He not too long ago used the pictures in his contemporary US Get Back excursion, whilst the Pirates Of The Caribbean superstar used to be in the middle of his defamation trial towards his ex-wife Amber Heard, which he later gained

Woohoo! Paul did not address Depp's $100million court case against Amber directly during the concert but as soon as the images of the actor appeared on stage, the crowd cheered

Woohoo! Paul didn’t cope with Depp’s $100million courtroom case towards Amber without delay right through the live performance however once the photographs of the actor gave the impression on degree, the gang cheered

Legend: During the show Paul also paid tribute to fellow rock legend Jimi Hendrix with a performance of Wings' Let Me Roll It

Reminiscing: He reflected on the time he spent with the musician when he visited London

Legend: During the display Paul additionally paid tribute to fellow rock legend Jimi Hendrix with a efficiency of Wings’ Let Me Roll It, and mirrored at the time he spent with the musician when he visited London

Awe-struck: A sea of McCartney devotees appeared to be enamoured with the singer

Awe-struck: A sea of McCartney devotees gave the look to be enamoured with the singer

Incredible: They waved flags while watching him belting out his greatest hits

Incredible: They waved flags whilst gazing him belting out his biggest hits

He stated: ‘He used to be a stupendous guy. One of the best tributes he ever paid us used to be we launched Sgt Pepper as a tribute to him and he opened his display with it, he performed it in reality smartly as a solo… he used to be in reality operating it, giving it numerous welly.’ 

With Paul having celebrated his eightieth birthday ultimate Saturday, his crowd of adoring enthusiasts sang Happy Birthday to him, ahead of he broke into music along with his 1995 hit, I Feel Like I’m Letting Go.

While enthusiasts at Glastonbury had been undoubtedly eagerly expecting Pauls’ headline set, many audience at house had been additionally keen to observe it on BBC.

However, whilst Paul’s display started at 9:30pm, BBC behind schedule broadcasting the display till 10:30pm, with many audience sharing their anger on social media.

One wrote: ‘Jealous of everybody gazing Paul McCartney are living this night,’ whilst some other added: ‘Hold on, we need to wait some other hour for Macca? I imply, he is already enjoying past HIS AND MY bedtime, however good enough, BBC, good enough…’

Furious: However, while Paul's show began at 9:30pm, BBC delayed broadcasting the show until 10:30pm, with many viewers sharing their anger on social media

Furious: However, whilst Paul’s display started at 9:30pm, BBC behind schedule broadcasting the display till 10:30pm, with many audience sharing their anger on social media

Paul’s much-anticipated gig got here precisely 55 years after the Beatles reached their biggest-ever target market at the international’s first world TV broadcast. 

The Beatles carried out All You Need is Love to round 400 million other people throughout 24 nations on June 25 1967 – are living from the famed Abbey Road Studios.

There used to be additionally a star-studded target market within the studio – together with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, The Who drummer Keith Moon and singer Marianne Faithful amongst others.

What a view: The now-iconic Pyramid Stage proved to be a jaw-dropping sight in Somerset as fans gathered for Paul's long-awaited headline set

What a view: The now-iconic Pyramid Stage proved to be a jaw-dropping sight in Somerset as enthusiasts amassed for Paul’s long-awaited headline set

John, Paul, George and Ringo had been on the top in their powers right through the efficiency, having simply launched Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band a couple of weeks previous – nonetheless regarded as one of the most biggest albums of all time.

Sitting on top chairs and surrounded via a colourful show of balloons, plants and placards, The Beatles carried out the music are living for the primary time, in conjunction with a thirteen-piece orchestra and a couple of pre-recorded backing tracks.

Craig Brown, creator of Beatles biography One Two Three Four, describes gazing the efficiency as ‘like discovering the Summer of Love in a grain of sand.’

The workforce used to be Britain’s access within the Our World TV display – the primary international satellite tv for pc broadcast, which integrated are living performances from world wide.

Historic: Paul's much-anticipated gig came exactly 55 years after the Beatles reached their biggest-ever audience on the world¿s first global TV broadcast (the band are pictured in 1967)

Historic: Paul’s much-anticipated gig got here precisely 55 years after the Beatles reached their biggest-ever target market at the international’s first world TV broadcast (the band are pictured in 1967) 

Legendary: The Beatles' performance of All You Need Is Love was watched by hundreds of millions of people in 24 countries across five continents

Legendary: The Beatles’ efficiency of All You Need Is Love used to be watched via masses of tens of millions of other people in 24 nations throughout 5 continents 

The band left it past due to make a decision which music they had been going to accomplish for the global display, with John Lennon pronouncing ‘Oh God, is it that shut? I assume we higher write one thing.’

Although Paul recommended his newly-written music Hello, Goodbye, the band determined John’s All You Need Is Love used to be the message they sought after to ship to a world target market. 

Drummer Ringo Starr stated within the Beatles Anthology documentary in 1994: ‘We had been large enough to command an target market of that dimension, and it used to be for romance.

‘It used to be for romance and bloody peace. It used to be a marvelous time. I even get excited now after I realise that is what it used to be for – peace and love, other people hanging plants in weapons.’

Blast from the past: The Beatles were at the height of their fame in when the performance was aired, having released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band just a few weeks earlier. It was also the height of flower power and the 1967 summer of love

Blast from the previous: The Beatles had been on the peak in their popularity in when the efficiency used to be aired, having launched Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band only some weeks previous. It used to be additionally the peak of flower energy and the 1967 summer time of affection 

The show watched by 400 million people came a year after the Beatles stopped performing live gigs

The display watched via 400 million other people got here a 12 months after the Beatles stopped appearing are living gigs 

The Beatles carried out All You Need Is Love to their greatest ever target market and remixed the recording the following day ahead of freeing it as a unmarried in July 1967 – it used to be a primary hit far and wide the arena right through the famed summer time of affection.

Fans at Glastonbury can be hoping to look Sir Paul carry out All You Need Is Love 55 years after the published as a part of his hit-filled setlist of Beatles and solo songs.

Paul McCartney already took to the degree in a marvel pre-Glasto gig in Frome, Somerset on Friday night time (June 24) to an target market of 800 on the Cheese and Grain venue.

 

 

Warming up the degree for Paul used to be Noel Gallagher took to the degree along with his band High Flying Birds, having lauded Glastonbury as ‘the one competition of the humanities on the earth’.

Speaking forward of appearing on the competition for the 5th time, the previous Oasis superstar published he enjoys the development as it does not have a ‘company tie-in’ having carried out at an array of fairs right through his occupation.

Noel’s efficiency comes as enthusiasts on the competition counted down the hours till Paul McCartney’s headline display, with the 80-year-old Beatle set to develop into the oldest superstar in historical past to grace the enduring Pyramid Stage.

Statement: Warming up the stage for Paul was Noel Gallagher took to the stage with his band High Flying Birds, having lauded Glastonbury as 'the only festival of the arts in the world'

Statement: Warming up the degree for Paul used to be Noel Gallagher took to the degree along with his band High Flying Birds, having lauded Glastonbury as ‘the one competition of the humanities on the earth’

Noel chatted to Dermot O’Leary on his BBC Radio 2 display forward of taking to the Glastonbury degree for the fourth time, with the singer requested why he helps to keep coming again to the once a year match.

He stated: ‘It is the one competition on the earth, within the truest sense of the phrase, I’ve carried out all of them, they are all large gigs in fields, backed via tech corporations. This is the one one the place it is a competition of the humanities. 

‘You can watch a movie, see a comic, you’ll be able to pass to a knitting circle. I’m telling you, I’ve carried out all of them and a few of them have their very own deserves, however that is the one who stands proud in all of the international. It’s an excellent factor and it is one of the most good stuff about this nation.’

Grand return: Speaking ahead of performing at the festival for the fifth time, the former Oasis star revealed he enjoys the event because it doesn't have a 'corporate tie-in' having performed at an array of festivals during his career

Grand go back: Speaking forward of appearing on the competition for the 5th time, the previous Oasis superstar published he enjoys the development as it does not have a ‘company tie-in’ having carried out at an array of fairs right through his occupation

Passionate: Noel said: 'It is the only festival in the world, in the truest sense of the word, I've done them all, they're all big gigs in fields, sponsored by tech companies. This is the only one where it's a festival of the arts'

Passionate: Noel stated: ‘It is the one competition on the earth, within the truest sense of the phrase, I’ve carried out all of them, they are all large gigs in fields, backed via tech corporations. This is the one one the place it is a competition of the humanities’

‘I come right here extra frequently than I play right here, I’ve performed right here 5 instances however I come annually, it impacts your revel in while you come to hang around since you’re no longer being passed flyers being looking to offered insurance coverage.

‘You stumble upon the locals right here, you realize, you stumble upon the locals right here, a fella with a sailor’s hat on and a lady sporting an image of a puppy that died 30 years in the past pronouncing, ‘Ooh that is my little ruffy boy, he died this time ultimate 12 months,’ and you are like, ”Ok, have you learnt the place the John Peel tent is?”.’

Noel additionally published that that is the primary time his daughter Anais can be attending the competition, and he recommended her to look ‘something within the day and something within the night time, and simply wander round.’

Passionate: 'I come here more often than I play here, I've played here five times but I come every year, it affects your experience when you come to hang out because you're not being handed flyers being trying to sold insurance,' Noel added

Passionate: ‘I come right here extra frequently than I play right here, I’ve performed right here 5 instances however I come annually, it impacts your revel in while you come to hang around since you’re no longer being passed flyers being looking to offered insurance coverage,’ Noel added

What a sight! An enormous crowd of thousands gathered at the iconic Pyramid stage for the much-anticipated festival

What a sight! An huge crowd of 1000’s amassed on the iconic Pyramid degree for the much-anticipated competition

He's a regular! Noel also revealed that this is the first time his daughter Anais would be attending the festival, and he advised her to see 'one thing in the day and one thing in the night, and just wander around'

He’s a normal! Noel additionally published that that is the primary time his daughter Anais can be attending the competition, and he recommended her to look ‘something within the day and something within the night time, and simply wander round’

While that is Noel’s fourth display at Glastonbury, it’ll mark the primary time he’s taking to the degree along with his band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. 

He first took to the degree on the competition along brother Liam, 49, with Oasis again in 1994, ahead of headlining the next 12 months, and later returning in 2004.

Elsewhere right through the competition, Olivia Rodrigo introduced particular visitor Lily Allen on degree right through her Glastonbury efficiency on Saturday to sing Lily’s 2009 hit F**okay You based on the USA Supreme Court’s resolution to overturn Roe v Wade.

American singer Olivia, 19, took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm the place she stated she used to be ‘devastated and terrified’ via the ruling which ended the constitutional proper to abortion in the USA, which means person states may just make a decision whether or not abortion can also be made unlawful.

She stated: ‘I’m devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and such a lot of girls and women are going to die as a result of this and I sought after to devote this subsequent music to the 5 individuals of the Supreme Court who confirmed us on the finish of the day they actually do not give a s*** about freedom.’

Solo debut: This is Noel's fourth show at Glastonbury

Historic: It will also mark the first time he takes to the stage with his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Solo debut: While that is Noel’s fourth display at Glastonbury, it’ll mark the primary time he’s taking to the degree along with his band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Look who it is! While a vast array of stars descended on Somerset for the festival, among them was Sex Education star Gillian Anderson, who was seen watching Noel's show

Look who it’s! While a limiteless array of stars descended on Somerset for the competition, amongst them used to be Sex Education superstar Gillian Anderson, who used to be noticed gazing Noel’s display

Inconspicuous! The actress sported a grey straw sunhat as she joined pals on a balcony to watch Noel's performance

Inconspicuous! The actress sported a gray straw sunhat as she joined buddies on a balcony to observe Noel’s efficiency

Bold statement: Elsewhere during the festival, Olivia Rodrigo, 19, brought Lily Allen, 37, on stage during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday to sing Lily's 2009 hit F**k You in response to the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade

Bold remark: Elsewhere right through the competition, Olivia Rodrigo, 19, introduced Lily Allen, 37, on degree right through her Glastonbury efficiency on Saturday to sing Lily’s 2009 hit F**okay You based on the USA Supreme Court’s resolution to overturn Roe v Wade

Saddened: American singer Olivia took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she was 'devastated and terrified' by the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US

Saddened: American singer Olivia took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm the place she stated she used to be ‘devastated and terrified’ via the ruling which ended the constitutional proper to abortion in the USA

Speaking out: She said: 'I¿m devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and so many women and girls are going to die because of this and I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court'

Speaking out: She stated: ‘I’m devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and such a lot of girls and women are going to die as a result of this and I sought after to devote this subsequent music to the 5 individuals of the Supreme Court’ 

After her phrases brought on large applause from the target market, Olivia went on to deal with the Supreme Court justices in my view, pronouncing: ‘This music is going out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh.’

Fellow pop superstar Lily, 37, used to be noticed giving the center finger as she stood on degree, ahead of pronouncing: ‘We hate you guys!’ because the pair introduced into the expletive-filled music. 

The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion which were in position for just about 50 years via deciding to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand again energy to person states to make a decision whether or not or to not allow the process.  

Pleasing her audience: Driver's License hitmaker Olivia whipped the crowd into a frenzy as she leapt around the stage, wearing a pair of black fishnet stockings and some chunky-souled leather boots to go with her outfit

Olivia was seen sitting at the piano as she performed during her set at Glastonbury, which returned this year for the first time in three years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Strong ideals: Olivia stated she believed the Supreme Court justices ‘confirmed us on the finish of the day they actually do not give a s*** about freedom’

Background: The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by overturning the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand back power to individual states to decide whether to permit abortions

Background: The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion which were in position for just about 50 years via overturning the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand again energy to person states to make a decision whether or not to allow abortions

Emotional: It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it's been a 'dark day for women' following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V Wade, as she took to the stage at the Glastonbury Festival on Friday

Emotional: It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it is been a ‘darkish day for girls’ following the USA Supreme Court’s resolution to overturn Roe V Wade, as she took to the degree on the Glastonbury Festival on Friday

The justices held that the 1973 Roe v. Wade resolution that allowed abortions carried out ahead of a fetus can be viable outdoor the womb – between 24 and 28 weeks of being pregnant – used to be wrongly determined for the reason that U.S. Constitution makes no explicit point out of abortion rights.

The ruling signifies that person states now have the facility to make a decision on whether or not to prohibit abortion. The Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice analysis workforce, has stated that 26 states are ‘sure or most likely’ to prohibit abortion now.

The resolution signifies that ladies with undesirable pregnancies in huge swathes of America will now face the selection of touring to some other state the place the process stays prison and to be had, purchasing abortion capsules on-line or having a probably unhealthy unlawful abortion.

In an cope with on the White House, President Joe Biden stated it used to be ‘a tragic day for the courtroom and the rustic’ and referred to as the Supreme Court’s resolution to overturn Roe v. Wade – and making terminations unlawful for tens of millions of American ladies – ‘unsuitable, excessive and out of contact’.

Devastating: The singer told the crowd she 'couldn't bear to think about' the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US, meaning individual states could decide whether abortion can be made illegal

Devastating: The singer advised the gang she ‘could not undergo to take into consideration’ the ruling which ended the constitutional proper to abortion in the USA, which means person states may just make a decision whether or not abortion can also be made unlawful

Making music: For some songs Olivia sat and played the piano, while for others she perched on top of the instrument to sing to her fans

Making tune: For some songs Olivia sat and performed the piano, whilst for others she perched on most sensible of the device to sing to her enthusiasts

Accusing the courtroom of ‘expressly eliminating a charter proper this is so basic to such a lot of Americans’, Biden vowed the combat over abortion rights ‘isn’t over’ and stated his management will do the entirety in its energy to battle efforts to limit ladies from travelling to different states to acquire abortions.

It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it used to be a ‘darkish day for girls’ following the USA Supreme Court’s resolution as she headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday night time.

Billie cursed the ‘previous’ Supreme Court justices ‘who attempt to let us know what to do with our our bodies’ after admitting she’d had an actual [expletive] day upon studying of the ruling’.

Living the dream: Olivia basked in the sunshine as she stood on stage at Glastonbury which has returned for the first time in three years after the Covid pandemic

Living the dream: Olivia basked within the sunshine as she stood on degree at Glastonbury which has returned for the primary time in 3 years after the Covid pandemic

Born to perform: Also performing at the festival was fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a chic white dress with matching gloves

Edgy: She sported a funky spiked hairdo as she performed on the West Holts Stage at the festival

Born to accomplish:  Also appearing on the competition used to be fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a sublime white get dressed with matching gloves and a plunging bardot neckline along with her hair styled into a cool spiked glance

Olivia wore a red, black and gold mini skirt and a lavender and white bra most sensible which left her midriff on display right through her gig on Saturday.

Driver’s License hitmaker Olivia whipped the gang right into a frenzy as she leapt across the degree, dressed in a couple of black fishnet stockings and a few chunky-souled leather-based boots to move along with her outfit. 

Also appearing on the competition used to be fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a sublime white get dressed with matching gloves and a plunging bardot neckline.

Family: Haim - sisters Este, Danielle (pictured), and Alana Haim - put on an energetic display as they performed on the famous Pyramid Stage

Lead vocalist Danielle, 33, wore a black bikini top and a pair of edgy leather trousers as she performed in the sun

Family: Haim – sisters Este, Danielle (pictured), and Alana Haim – placed on an full of life show as they carried out at the well-known Pyramid Stage

Animated: Her sister Alana put in an impressive effort as she played drums during the performance which drew huge crowds

Animated: Her sister Alana installed an excellent effort as she performed drums right through the efficiency which drew large crowds

Back in action: Glastonbury has seen huge crowds return this year after the music and arts festival took a break for three years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Back in motion: Glastonbury has noticed large crowds go back this 12 months after the tune and humanities competition took a damage for 3 years because of the coronavirus pandemic

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