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Lewis Capaldi calls out 'cheap b*****ds' who watch festival from home balcony
Lewis Capaldi left onlookers in hysterics as he called out "cheap b*****ds" who didn't get a ticket for a concert but watched from the comfort of their home.The Scotland-born singer recently headlined Lytham Festival in Lancashire to an audience of 20,000 – and a few extra locals catching the show for free.A group of rowdy fans realised they could hear his performance as well as managed to catch an ariel view from their house which overlooked the festival site.READ MORE: Lewis Capaldi leads celebrity tributes as X Factor star's partner dies on wedding dayTickets for the event which has also seen the likes of Diana Ross take to the stage range from £50 - over £300.After seeing the fans on their balcony, Lewis said: "How about you lot standing on the balcony of your house, I can see you."Get back in the f***ing house, you cheap b*****ds, where's my money."A video of the moment has since been uploaded to TikTok alongside the caption: "Imagine living in a house that looks over a festival so every year you can watch it for free."Fans took the comments section to share their amusement with one saying: "Love his sense of humour.""Lewis is one of the rear [sic] celebs who can joke around with his fans like that and they won't get offended," commented a second.A third added: "I'd rather pay for going to a festival so when I was finished I could leave the racket and mess behind."In recent years, Lewis has taken a step back from performing but recently joked about why he took a break. He told crowds in Dublin that he had been "masturbating" throughout the coronavirus lockdown periods and that is why he hadn't released any new material.
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Here’s what Glastonbury 2022 looked like in three minutes
Glastonbury Festival returned to Worthy Farm this weekend – scroll down to see what the festival looked like in three minutes.The festival ran from June 22-26 and was the first to be held since 2019 after Glastonbury’s 2020 and 2021 editions were both cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.After the festival, organiser Emily Eavis shared a statement in which she called Glastonbury 2022 “surely the best one yet” and hailed “a remarkable feat by all artists and crew.”Glastonbury 2022 was headlined by Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar, with a legends’ slot from Diana Ross and notable performances by Sam Fender, Olivia Rodrigo and more.See all the highlights inside three minutes below.Reviewing Glastonbury 2022, NME wrote: “The festival is all about unity, and sometimes you find it in unexpected places. Sleaford Mods’ scabrous, sweary take on post-punk might initially sound solo antagonistic, but frontman Jason Williamson regularly punctuates the set by sweetly checking the audience are still enjoying themselves.“The band stand atop a wave of post-punk coursing through the bill: Yard Act stake their claim for Glasto greatness at William’s Green and IDLES make a surprise appearance at the BBC Introducing Stage, tearing through their near-seminal debut album ‘Brutalism’ in full.”Many artists at the festival also took the opportunity to address the US Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the landmark abortion ruling Roe v. Wade.
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Glastonbury: What you don’t see on TV – secret bar, free transport and gatecrashers
Glastonbury is one of the top events of the summer, where thousands flock to watch the biggest names in music.Worthy Park is taken over by hordes and hordes of people, all clamouring to see the live acts and soak up the electric atmosphere, come rain or shine.Those not lucky enough to get tickets are forced to watch the extravaganza on their television sets or other forms of media, with the BBC airing plenty of footage from the Somerset countryside.READ MORE: Glastonbury Festival to help music lovers quit smoking with Riot Rehab Bus Paul McCartney, Diana Ross, the Pet Shop Boys, Noel Gallagher and Primal Scream were just a few of the star names on show this year.However, not all the action gets caught on camera – from secret bars to free transport – and the Daily Star has taken a look into what fans don’t see on camera.Every festival has the odd character who tries their luck by trying to gatecrash their way into the festival before the event even kicks off.An Oxfam volunteer told Daily Star: “I’ve been doing this for years and we often see groups getting on the train with ladders thinking they can get in.“I saw two people get in and chucked back out by security.“They were escorted out straight away though so they getting get very far.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.The headliner location is the Pyramid Stage, where McCartney, Billie Eilish and Kendrick Lemar topped the bill, while Ross was selected for the iconic Legends slot on Sunday afternoon.However, a source told Daily Star that the stage was only finished less than 24 hours before Billie appeared on Friday night.They said: “The Pyramid Stage wasn’t even finished when people were starting to