BBC Glastonbury viewers spot problem as Cyndi Lauper takes to stage

Cyndi Lauper performing on the Pyramid Stage
-Credit: (Image: Yui Mok/PA Wire)

Many Glastonbury fans spotted the same problem as Cyndi Lauper, 71, took to the Pyramid Stage on Saturday.

It was the pop superstar's debut appearance at Worthy Farm, and thousands of festivalgoers came along to watch. Many fans watching at home took to social media to complain about the set, however, which they said was plagued with sound problems.

On X, formerly Twitter, David said: "I really like #CyndiLauper but the music is going faster than she is", while Shaun said: "Felt so bad for #CyndiLauper - could see she was p***ed off with the sound issues."

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Andy said: "Few technical issues, but I sure wouldn’t be able to do what she does when I’m in my 70s" and Sharon said: "Awful sound issues for Cyndi Lauper. Really felt for her."

The technical issues were not a problem for some, though, who took to social media to praise the True Colours singer. Ewan said: "Cyndi Lauper is flippin brilliant. What a voice. Love her work." [sic]

@nkdfry said: "Do yourself a favour and go watch Cyndi Lauper’s set from today at Glastonbury. F***ing LEGEND!"

The global superstar was followed on the Pyramid Stage by Keane and then Michael Kiwanuka. Little Simz will play later this evening, before headline act Coldplay perform.

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