Kylie and Jason in secret reunion talks
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