Dua Lipa with an amazing show at the Glastonbury Festival

Pop star Dua Lipa headlined Glastonbury for the first time in her career with an ambitious and dynamic performance that was packed with hits from start to finish.
She took to the Pyramid stage shortly after 10pm and began with a flawless performance of five songs: Training Season, One Kiss, Illusion, Break My Heart and Levitating, the BBC reported.
Lipa performed 15 Top 40 hits, including Don't Start Now, Physical and New Rules, as well as collaborations with Elton John (Cold Heart) and Mark Ronson (Electricity).
Strangely, though, she didn't choose to play her Barbie hit Dance The Night, which was left for a video interlude during one of the star's five costume changes.
The 28-year-old singer even paid tribute to Shakespear's Sister, one of Glastonbury's first female headliners in 1992, by wearing a t-shirt bearing the cover of their Hormonally Yours album.
The pop star recalled one of her first gigs where she played to 10 people who had only come because they were offered free drinks - and seemed overwhelmed by how much that crowd had grown.
Almost 100,000 people watched the set, with fans stretching as far as the Romid - an area previously reserved for campers but which was opened in 2024 to allow larger crowds to reach the Pyramid stage.
"It's a lot, isn't it? A lot to take in," Lipa said. | BGNES