Singer Beyonce accomplished one of her greatest dreams, being the first woman to sing on the Glastonbury Music Festival’s main Pyramid Stage in England.
On Sunday night, Beyonce made history. She is now the first woman to ever perform on the Glastonbury Music Festival’s main Pyramid Stage. At only 29 years old, she accomplished her greatest dream. I wanted you all to know, right now you are witnessing my dream she told the 175,000 people who came there to see the concert. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for having me and my band here. I always wanted to be a rock star, and tonight we are all rock stars. I still can’t believe I’m performing at Glastonbury!”
Her show lasted 90 minutes. She performed wearing a glittering sequined gold blazer, black leotard, glittering round earrings and red sexy nails. She was accompanied by a band including only females. She received the best reviews ever for the show. The Rolling Stones magazine described her show as a “bold, crowd-pleasing spectacle”. Billboard magazine went further with the appreciation, naming it “career-defining” Her performance included the hits “Crazy in Love” and “Single Ladies”, a cover version of “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon, a cover of Alanis Morisette’s “You Oughta Know”.
The live performance was applauded, among the thousands of people present there, by Beyonce’s husband, Jay-Z and pals Gwyneth Paltrow, Adele and Ewan McGregor. Adele was supposed to sing with Beyonce, but her appearance as cancelled due to a medical condition. A source said that Adele “was absolutely gutted, Beyoncé is one of her big heroes” but the doctor had tolde her to “rest her voice or risk damaging her prized asset”.
After receiving the glowing reviews, on Monday, the singer said she was still under the influence of Glasgow: “You’ll have to forgive me because I’m still high from yesterday”.