Kylie and Jason in se­cret re­union talks

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Janet Jack­son strut­ted on to the stage with enough elec­tric­ity to light up the whole of Glas­ton­bury.

The su­per­star ded­i­cated a num­ber to her Jack­son broth­ers - a nod to late con­tro­ver­sial mu­sic icon Michael, ac­cused of child abuse, who died 10 years ago last Tues­day.

Janet is a leg­end in her own right.

Kylie and Jason in Neigh­bours

Paul Solomons Stor­mzy’s Fri­day night head­line slot has been my favourite mo­ment of Glas­ton­bury so far. Graf­fiti artist Banksy has re­vealed he de­signed the Union Jack bul­let-proof vest worn by the star on stage.

In a post on In­sta­gram, Banksy shared a pho­to­graph of the 25-year-old grime artist wear­ing the vest, writ­ing: “I made a cus­tomised stab-proof vest and thought – who could pos­si­bly wear this? Stor­mzy at Glas­ton­bury.”

The rap­per, who be­came the first black Bri­tish solo artist to head­line the fes­ti­val in its 49-year his­tory, de­scribed his slot on the Pyra­mid stage as “the great­est night of my en­tire life”. Pre­vi­ously ex­press­ing sup­port for Jeremy Cor­byn, he led the crowd as they chanted: “F*** the Gov­ern­ment, f*** Boris.”

Dur­ing his show, he per­formed a duet with Cold­play front­man

made Chris Martin, and high­lighted how bal­let shoes were now be­ing to match black skin tones.

Stor­mzy is the sec­ond-youngest solo act to head­line the fes­ti­val – af­ter David Bowie in 1971, who was 24.

Drink lots of wa­ter.

Stor­mzy on stage

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