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Glastonbury Expectations vs. Reality: Underwhelming Headliners, Celebs Galore and Plenty of Hidden Gems

Ellise Shafer Having come of age in the Tumblr indie sleaze era of the early 2010s, I’d always wanted to go to Glastonbury Festival. My mood boards were littered with photos of Alexa Chung traversing Worthy Farm’s muddy grounds wearing a mini skirt and wellies, and I fantasized about being part of the seemingly miles-long, flag-laden crowd that got to watch an iconic British band like Arctic Monkeys or Blur light up the Pyramid stage. So, when I moved from L.A.

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Foo Fighters fool Glastonbury festivalgoers with surprise appearance
Glastonbury Festival on Friday, Foo Fighters took the Pyramid Stage for a surprise appearance that marked the band’s first appearance at the English extravaganza since 2017.It was also the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band’s first full show in the UK since the death of their beloved drummer, Taylor Hawkins, in 2022.Although there were rumors that the ChurnUps were actually the Foos, it wasn’t confirmed until a tweet about an hour before their set.“You guys knew it was us the whole time, didn’t you?” said Foo frontman Dave Grohl. “It’s nice to see your faces again.”And then Foo Fighters launched into an hour-long set that included hits such as “All My Life,” “Learn to Fly,” “The Pretender” and “Best Of You” as well as short covers of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” and the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage.”“We’ve only got one hour so we gotta make sure we fit in all the songs we can,” said Grohl. The set included a slow, stripped-down version of “My Hero” that many felt was a tribute to Hawkins, who actually received an official dedication on “Everlong.”But he wasn’t the only dearly departed loved one that the Foo Fighters remembered at Glastonbury.
Noel Gallagher slammed over 'belittling' comments about wheelchair users at Glastonbury
Glastonbury Festival and specifically when he watched Jamie T's set from the disabled viewing platform.The disability charity, Scope, has hit out at the former Oasis star for the "rude and belittling" comments he made regarding wheelchair users at the festival.It was reported that the singer joked on Matt Morgan's podcast that he would have "tipped" a disabled person out of their wheelchair so he could sit at the front of the show.He also said that he used his Access All Areas pass in order to gain access to the area and when a security guard tried to stop him, he replied: "See that pass mate? It gets me any f***ing where."He is also said to have quipped that he would "touch people on the forehead telling them to 'rise… you can walk'."Noel added: "I gotta say, those disabled cats have a great view of everything", as reported by the Mirror.Warren Kirwan, the Media Manager at Scope shared his anger over the comments to the aforementioned publication.He said: "The casual abuse and belittling of disabled people in this interview is vile."Noel Gallagher and Matt Morgan should know better and hold their heads in shame.There is no excuse for this kind of language."On top of that, accessible platforms aren't for privileged rock stars and their friends."These platforms exist so that disabled people can enjoy live music - without them many of our festivals would simply be off limits." have contacted Noel's representatives for comment.Noel performed at Glastonbury alongside his band High Flying Birds and revealed he enjoys the event because it doesn't have a "corporate tie-in".The former Oasis star spoke recently to Dermot O'Leary on BBC Radio 2 about his love for Glastonbury Festival.He said: "It is the only festival
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 entertainment team by emailing us our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.
Megan Thee Stallion blasts ‘really embarrassing’ hometown Texas at Glastonbury after Roe vs Wade ruling
Megan Thee Stallion blasted the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe vs Wade during her Glastonbury set on Saturday evening.This week, it was announced that the Supreme Court in America had decided to overturn the Roe vs 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.During her incredible set, Megan paused between songs to address the ruling.‘You guys know it wouldn’t be me if I don’t take a second to call out these stupid damn men, I mean God damn, what else do you want?’ she said.‘Texas is really embarrassing me right now,’ she said of her home state.The Hot Girl Summer rapper added: ‘That’s my home state, and I want to have it on the record that the m*****f***ing hot boys and hot girls do not support this b******* that you’re campaigning for.‘My body my m*****f***ing choice,’ she concluded, asking the crowd to repeat the sentiment.‘Let’s put all our middle fingers up right now.’Texas’ Republican Governor Greg Abbott has celebrated the high court allowing states ‘to protect the lives of all unborn babies in America’.