Paul McCartney brought out Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen as surprise guests during his headlining set at Glastonbury.
The Beatles legend took to the Pyramid Stage at 9:30pm for his two-hour performance, which saw both Grohl and Springsteen join him on stage.
He and Grohl first performed the 1963 Beatles song “I Saw Her Standing There,” with the Foo Fighters frontman singing and playing guitar alongside McCartney. The pair then sang “Band on the Run.”
Grohl told the crowd he had a nightmare coming to Worthy Farm because of recent flight cancellations.
After Grohl’s surprise performance, Springsteen came to perform his 1985 hit “Glory Days.” Grohl and McCartney left the stage.
Springsteen and McCartney then teamed up for a duet on 1963’s “I Wanna Be Your Man,” to the delight of the crowd.
The “Born to Run” singer left the stage, leaving McCartney to perform “Let It Be.”
Earlier in the musician’s set, he played a clip of his longtime collaborator Johnny Depp on the jumbo screen.
During his performance of the 2012 track “My Valentine,” he played excerpts from the song’s original music video, which also stars Natalie Portman.
McCartney ended his set with the Beatles hit “Hey Jude.”
Viewers at home were left confused when McCartney’s headline set was not broadcast in real time on the BBC.
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Fans complained that the network aired the performance an hour into it.
Here’s a recap of the highlights from Day 4 in Glastonbury, including Greta Thunberg’s surprise appearance and Olivia Rodrigo’s torrid duet with Lily Allen before the Supreme Court of late Deer vs Wade rule here.
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