Paloma Faith says dating is the 'wild west' during Glastonbury set

: Paloma Faith performs on the Pyramid Stage during day five of Glastonbury Festival 2024 at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 30, 202
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A barefoot Paloma Faith has given some relationship advice to the Glastonbury audience, aimed at just the men. Following Faith leading the audience in a singalong of her track Sweatpants, from her latest album, The Glorification of Sadness, which deals with the end of a relationship, the 42-year-old British singer said she had been experimenting with dating apps.

However, she called that form of finding love the "wild west" as people "don't really know how to connect anymore". Faith added: "Try and stay together, but it's the resentment that's the problem."

"So all I'm asking, this is a plea, I'm talking about (heterosexual) men, if you are married ... and I just want you to notice that if a woman does the same action every single day, it means it needs doing, so don't wait to ask to do it, just do it."

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The mother-of-two also said that her setlist was "dedicated to all the single mothers out there", and called on parents to stop perpetrating the "patriarchy" following her performing the track, Bad Woman.

Dressed in a tight pink and red dress, Faith had struggled with a sore throat, leading to the cancellation of her Friday gig in Southampton's Guildhall Square, but belted out all her hits at Glastonbury, using her wide-ranging vocal skills. She also appeared to be warned in her ear piece by the production team that she needed to stop talking and finish the slot.

Faith said: "I've talked too much, so I'm not allowed to address you again." Oscar winner Cate Blanchett headed to Faith's set earlier in the day and it was also reportedly watched by former Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker.