Sugababes fans say 'they wouldn't be suprised' after Glastonbury 2024 set in front of huge crowd

-Credit: (Image: BBC)
-Credit: (Image: BBC)

Glastonbury viewers have praised Sugababes' Glastonbury 2024 set which saw original members Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena, and Keisha Buchanan take to the stage.

The girl group took to the West Holt stage on Friday afternoon with people at home also watching along on BBC iPlayer. At Worthy Farm tens of thousands of people turned up to watch the trip perform their back catalogue of pop anthems including Overload and Push the Button.

As a result, organisers had to close off pathways to get to the stage due to the number of people who had arrived for their set. A sign read “WEST HOLTS FULL please seek alternative” as festival-goers were redirected by staff wearing hi-vis jackets.

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And it appears Sugababes matched the hype with those who watched the set taking to social media full of praise for the group.

Writing on X, formerly Twitter, some were even predicting it will be the best performance at the festival. @msjenmac wrote: "I love the Sugababes and wouldn’t be surprised if they’re the best set of Glastonbury 2024" while @ryancudlipp added: "Never seen a crowd like Sugababes at West Holts today. Was there in 2022 when they closed Avalon and same thing happened today. Not sure I’ll see a better show this weekend. Pyramid stage surely next.."

@NatalieCox101 said: "Ok so Sugababes set at Glastonbury was incredible love all the songs they sang. They all sound amazing" with @ThomasCutter added: "Absolutely loved that Sugababes set Top Notch."

Over the weekend, Duap Lipa Coldplay and SZA will headline the world-famous Pyramid Stage, while Shania Twain will take the Legends Slot. The full list of performers is huge - but you can also expect to see the likes of Avril Lavigne, Cyndi Lauper, The Last Dinner Party and Camila Cabello.

Glastonbury was founded by Sir Michael Eavis on his Somerset farm in 1970. While he is still involved, his daughter Emily and her husband Nick Dewey now take on the majority of the organisation.

The BBC's coverage of Glastonbury will be available across iPlayer, BBC Sounds, TV, radio and online, including its non-stop Classic Glastonbury channel streaming 24 hours a day from now until Sunday, June 30.