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Watch: Beyoncé wows Glastonbury on final day

A five-star performance from the singer left fans wanting more as Glasto came to a close last night.

Beyoncé and the most famous behind in entertainment
Beyoncé and the most famous behind in entertainment
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BEYONCÉ’s CLOSING PERFORMANCE at Glastonbury wowed festival-goers witnessing a rare female act headlining the music extravaganza’s main stage on the final day.

“Gobsmacking” was the verdict of The Guardian who gave her five-stars and lavished praise on a performance that wowed the thousands there and the millions who watched at home on TV.

The ‘bootylicious’ star told the BBC afterwards that it was a career highlight for her to perform in front of the thousands at the world-famous Worthy farm in Somerset.

She said she believed her husband Jay-Z’s controversial but ultimately successfully headlining of the festival in 2008 paved the way for her show last night:


After a wet and muddy start to the weekend which included a fantastic headline performance from U2 on Friday night, things heated up yesterday with temperatures soaring to 25 degrees celsius:

Watch: Beyoncé wows Glastonbury on final day
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  • Gwyneth Paltrow was there too

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