Was Ed Sheeran worthy of The Pyramid Stage?

Cesar Mills
June 26, 2017

There were some excellent surprises for the 35th Glastonbury Festival too.

Friday night headliners Radiohead returned to the top of the Pyramid Stage for a third time, airing a typically challenging set which opened up during its second half to deliver some truly mesmerising moments.

"I'm definitely the one that's out of place on that list, but I think that's an exciting thing", Sheeran said.

"You guys were awesome", he announced to the crowd as he left the stage.

Highlights on Sunday included Nile Rodgers and Chic, who brought some 1980s magic with disco hits such as 'Everybody Dance", "I Want Your Love" and "Upside Down'.

"I wanted it to get her message out to as many people as possible - to get people to get themselves tested", he said.

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"This was exactly what I hoped it would be", smiles Grohl, relishing every last second. The hour-long set concluded with Perry diving head first into the crowd as yellow confetti rained down.

Avid music followers may remember that the supergroup had been scheduled for an appearance back in 2015, only for Grohl to break his leg shortly before the event ruling them out of the star-studded line-up.

A MAMMOTH clean up operation has got underway at Glastonbury as revellers returned home from the five-day music extravaganza.

British grime star Stormzy also paid tribute to those that lost their lives and called for "the authorities to tell the truth.do something and be held accountable" for the blaze, while wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with a heart-shaped Grenfell logo.

Users on Twitter were quick to make fun of the incident, with one person posting "the BBC cameraman is getting sacked for panning straight to him".

Ed Sheeran " s headline set at Glastonbury appeared to divide viewers - with some saying he "killed it', but others complaining that his act was not worthy of the slot.

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