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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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'I took my toddler to Glastonbury – you can still live dream life as a parent'
Glastonbury Festival – and has hit back at naysayers who say she can’t live the dream life because she is a parent.The self-proclaimed ‘CEO of cheap travel', who goes by the name The Travel Mum on social media, has shared that she took her tot to the iconic festival along with her husband.When most people think of camping music events, booze and other debauchery usually comes to mind.READ MORE: 'I don't mind if husband gets our girlfriend pregnant - we'll be one big family'But the travel enthusiast mum has shown that not all festivals are like this and are actually child and family friendly.The Travel Mum has declared that just because she has a child it does not mean that she still can’t live her “dream” life.In a TikTok clip that has racked up 858,000 views, the mum shared a comment from someone who fretted at the idea of taking a child to Glastonbury.She wrote: “Omg who on earth would take their child to Glastonbury festival?!”“Great parents, that’s who”, the mum bit back.The mum then shared a series of clips of her son having the time of his life at the festival, as he waved his hands in the air at the thought of camping – and even had a fun time on the helter skelter.“Kids love to camp, love exploring – there is so much for all ages”, she said.Her small son had a big grin plastered across his face as she got his face painted and went on the fairground rides.He even enjoyed the live music as he wore ear defenders for protection.The mum declared: “Becoming a parent doesn’t mean you have to stop living the dream, you just get to do it with a mini you making the best memories.”Sweetly, the family of three smiled for some selfies at the five day festival that saw the likes of Billie Eilish and Paul McCartney
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Piers Morgan furiously backs Sir Paul McCartney after Glastonbury set sparks backlash
Piers Morgan has leapt to the defence of Sir Paul McCartney after complaints were made about the former Beatle's headline set at Glastonbury on Saturday evening.The legendary musician, who turned 80 over the weekend, played a two-and-a-half hour spectacular, including guest appearances by Foo Fighters and Nirvana star Dave Grohl and 'The Boss' himself Bruce Springsteen.Macca went through large portions of his extensive back catalogue, with hits by Wings mixed in between some of his newer solo music and some classics by The Beatles.READ MORE: Piers Morgan's life - childhood tragedy, 'horrendous' divorce and public rows with sonBut there were a few people, particularly on Twitter, upset that he didn't do more Beatles songs during his set.This drew the attention of Piers, who fired back at the critics in his usual style, writing: "Twitter’s moaning Macca ‘didn’t do enough Beatles hits.’ He played Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, I Saw Her Standing There, Lady Madonna, Blackbird, Get Back, Something, Let It Be, and Hey Jude."Those songs alone are 9 of the greatest pop songs ever."Twitter.. STFU."#Piers' nemesis Dan Walker also praised Sir Paul's set, gushing on Twitter: "The fact that Sir Paul McCartney is doing this at 80 is impressive & he’s earned the right to do whatever he likes but, if he doesn’t smash out HEY JUDE then it’s a massive opportunity missed #Glastonbury2022."Though Sir Paul didn't bring out Ringo Starr, we did get a Beatles reunion at one point - kind of.During Paul's performance of I've Got A Feeling, he reunited for a virtual performance with John Lennon, 42 years after he was brutally murdered in New York.
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Lorde declares: ‘F**k the Supreme Court’ and alters song during Glastonbury set after Roe v Wade overturned
decided to overturn the Roe v Wade decision from 50 years ago, putting an end to guaranteed abortion rights.Numerous people and celebrities have spoken out in horror against the ruling, including Viola Davis, Billie Eilish, Michelle Obama and Lizzo.Olivia Rodrigo shared a similar message during her performance, when she was joined onstage by Lily Allen for her song F**k You.‘Hello Glastonbury,’ Lily cried, before Olivia continued: ‘Today is a very, very special day. This is actually my first Glastonbury, and I’m sharing the stage with Lily which is the biggest dream come true ever.‘But I’m also equally as heartbroken.’Paul McCartney fans furious over late BBC livestream time of Glastonbury setDave Grohl appears to reveal Taylor Hawkins tattoo during surprise Glastonbury performanceWho is on the Glastonbury line-up today?She then went on to address Roe v Wade, saying: ‘I’m devastated and terrified and so many women and so many girls are going to die because of this.‘I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court who have showed us that at the end of the day, they truly don’t give a s**t about freedom.‘This song goes out to the Justices.’The pair then went on to sing Lily’s song F*** You.Got a story?If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.
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Glastonbury fans torn as Paul McCartney uses clip of Johnny Depp during set
Glastonbury headliner Sir Paul McCartney sparked controversy on Saturday (25 June) after he used a clip of actor Johnny Depp during one of his songs. The singer who has now made history as the festival’s oldest ever headliner at 80 years old and during his performance fans were divided after he appeared to show solidarity with actor Johnny Depp.He performed on the Pyramid stage over the weekend and sang some of his most popular tracks.READ MORE: Sugababes' return at Glastonbury sees fans turned away as tent becomes overcrowdedDuring one of the songs, a video of Johnny Depp played despite the recent controversy with the Amber Heard defamation trial.Paul performed his song My Valentine and the Pirates of the Caribbean actor used sign language along with the lyrics.The clip was part of the music video which was released in 2012 and included Black Swan star Natalie Portman.However, in light of the recent case with his ex-wife Amber Heard, many people thought that the move was in bad taste.Viewers at home took to Twitter to praise the move with one saying: “Happy Birthday Sir Paul, hope it was a blessed and wonderful day and thank you for supporting fellow survivor Johnny Depp.”Another thanked the musician for the clip: “Paul McCartney played a video of Johnny Depp during his set tonight headlining Glastonbury, thank you,” and used the hashtag “Johnny Depp wins”.Others said that they “loved to see” the two high profile A-listers in the video, but not all were impressed with the move.One unhappy fan wrote: “I love Paul McCartney but so deeply disappointed he showed the Johnny Depp footage.
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Glastonbury on Saturday [June 26] – but it appears fans in the air also got in on the action.One woman has revealed that during her flight home from Tenerife to Bristol, she managed to catch the magical light show from thousands of feet above Worthy Farm.During the historic set that saw him crowned the oldest ever solo artist to headline, The Beatles rocker "reunited" with his late bandmate, John Lennon, 42 years after his death.READ NEXT: Glastonbury's most bizarre purchases revealedSpeaking exclusively to Daily Star, Lianne Payne said: "My husband was sat behind me and he spotted it first and I was wondering if we would fly over it [Glastonbury]."She added: "The seatbelt sign hadn't long gone on but I leaned into a woman's lap basically to get a video of Glastonbury because I didn't have a window seat."Everybody was nosing and reaching over to see itWe were due to land at 11pm and I was wondering if we were going to see fireworks."Lianne continued: "We couldn't hear anything sadly but we could see all the lights."The lights kept spinning around in the sky and it was like a multicoloured light show, it was crazy and mad to see."Speaking about his virtual reunion with Lennon, Paul told the crowd: "I've got a special little thing here, one day, Peter Jackson rings me up and says he can take John's vocals and isolate them so that you can play live with John on tour, he said do you fancy that?"Following the emotional performance, he added: "That's so special for me man, I know it's virtual but come on – it's John, we're back together."Elsewhere, Paul treated fans to surprise performances with Foo Fighters icon Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen as he topped the festival's bill.Fans however were left furious after discovering
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