The former Beatle became the festival’s oldest solo headliner during his electrifying set on the Pyramid Stage.
The choir describes itself as a ‘rainbow tribe’, because, according to one of its members ‘none of us look the same as each other’.
The legendary rockers performed a 19-song set as part of their UK and European Sixty tour.
The former Beatle’s headline show on Saturday comes exactly a week after he celebrated his 80th birthday.
The singer and his band played a selection of Oasis hits including Wonderwall and Don’t Look Back In Anger.
The 19-year-old environment activist addressed the festival crowd from the Pyramid Stage.
The US pop star said she was ‘devastated and terrified’ after the 1973 Roe v Wade case was overturned.
Lara and Elliot Dayeh-Bunce said they ‘just rolled out of bed’ ahead of the ceremony after returning to their tent at 4.30am.
The portrait, unveiled on Sir Peter’s 90th birthday, will be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery.
Annie Maw, the Queen’s representative in Somerset, had a surprise reunion with the paramedic who saved her life after a horse-riding accident.
Lead singer Kateryna Pavlenko said the festival at Worthy Farm is a ‘place for free people’.
The decision by the Supreme Court is expected to lead to bans on terminations in roughly half of all US states.
The group had their first UK performance since triumphing in Turin with a set on Shangri-La’s Truth Stage at Glastonbury.
The 20-year-old singer made history on Friday by becoming Glastonbury Festival’s youngest ever solo headliner.
More than 20 high-profile names have penned an open letter to attendees of this week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) in Rwanda.
The singer made a dramatic entrance by being raised from beneath the stage as the crowd of adoring fans chanted her name.