Other Labour politicians at the festival include deputy leader Tom Watson as well as Yvette Cooper and former party member Ed Balls.
The singer will take to the Glastonbury stage for the first time, but she also has some big screen ambitions.
Jeremy Cobyn took to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival where he addressed thousands of revellers before Run The Jewels' performance. The Labour leader had arguably been one of the most anticipated "acts" to appear at the event, despite admitting he has little musical talent himself. The now-famous chant of "ohh, Jeremy Corbyn" to the tune of 'Seven Nation Army' by the White Stripes was heard for at least 20 minutes before he appeared on stage.
The first time I stumbled across Ed Sheeran, he was a scrawny, impeccably polite teenager with a handful of half-decent songs.
Ahead of their headline slot on the Pyramid Stage you may be interested to know what the Foo Fighters have in their Glastonbury rider. Ed Sheeran's recently did the rounds and proved that he's just as down to earth as he seems. Foo Fighters have been known to try and sneak jokes via their rider backstage, most memorably in 2011 when a 52-page, laminated booklet was revealed during a world tour.
The opening slot on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury is usually way down on the list of must-sees for most punters. After the excesses of Thursday night a handful of paracetamol and a full English is the usual cure. There can’t be any better way to ease into the first full day of festivities than soaring strings and club anthems.
Chants of “oh Jeremy Corbyn” have been heard around Worthy Farm since the first revellers arrived on Wednesday. The Labour leader is arguably the most talked-about act at Glastonbury this year and he doesn't (as far as we know) even sing. If you're not at Glastonbury you can still watch Corbyn's introduction on the BBC's Glastonbury website or on BBC iPlayer, where you have six stages to choose from.
Radiohead were reportedly met with shouts of "free Palestine" during their headline slot at Glastonbury. Protestors were apparently waving Palestinian flags in front of the Pyramid Stage as the band performed, while a banner read: "Israel is an apartheid state. Radiohead, don’t play there," according to Jewish News.
Following Friday night’s Radiohead spectacular, American band The Foo Fighters will headline Saturday at Glastonbury.
Lord Buckethead made a special appearance at Glastonbury Festival where he introduced Sleaford Mods to the Park Stage. "No.1, to wish a very happy 10th birthday to The Park stage. Buckethead gained 249 votes in the recent general election, which he described as a “new Buckethead record”.
Over the years, few bands have managed to leave Glastonbury's muddy punters awestruck like Radiohead, their 1997 set being legendary among those who were in attendance. While an arguably tame start, a large crowd singalong to 'Lucky' later - plus some more upbeat numbers and Thom Yorke's signature rabid dancing - Radiohead are in full swing, Johnny Greenwood managing to create those infamous, bizarre sounds with his guitar. Following '15 Steps', Yorke begins manically laughing, introducing the fiery 'Bodysnatchers', a light show kicking off while the drums pulsate through the crowd who were, by now, properly warmed up.
The singer repeatedly recited The Prime Minister’s “strong and stable” slogan during the band’s headline set on the Pyramid Stage.