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Piers Morgan thinks the festival is a ‘smell hell experience’ as he talks to Glastonbury

Piers Morgan has firmly ruled out attending a festival, but has heaped praise on Sir Paul McCartney’s performance in Glastonbury, calling it “one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen”.

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Glastonbury: Paul McCartney mostly duet with John Lennon

Piers Morgan said he won’t be attending a festival any time soon, describing the events of the summer as “God’s foulest hellhole experiences.”

While the TV presenter praised Sir Paul McCartney’s performance in Glastonbury, he showed no disdain for festivals when speaking to radio presenter Chris Evans on Monday.

Appearing on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky, Piers, 57, described the former Beatle’s eye-popping performance at Worthy Farm as “fantastic”, but made it clear that we won’t be seeing him at the ceremony. famous society in the near future.

He said to Chris: “Let me make one thing clear. I’m talking about the experience of attending festivals, although when the weather is as good as the past few days, it’s a hard experience to accept.







Sir Paul McCartney with Dave Grohl during his headliner appearance at the Glastonbury Festival
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“Let me take you to a few festivals because I went to a few in my teens. They are God’s foulest hellhole experiences. And when it rains heavily in Glastonbury, you might as well bury yourself in a dung pit. “

Despite never wanting to go to Glasto, Piers said Macca was a highlight, adding: “I think it’s one of the best things I’ve ever seen.







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“Paul McCartney at 80 played for three hours, 35 songs, including half of which will go down in history as the best songs ever written by any British musician.

“To see him at that age, that vitality, that energy with that crowd. I think the moment when he turned around and effectively sang that duet with John Lennon was one of the most remarkable and moving things I’ve ever seen. “

During Sir Paul’s encore, thanks to special technology that separates John Lennon’s vocals from recordings, he was able to duet the Beatles’ song I’m Got A Feeling with his old bandmate. mine.







Paul was reunited with a virtual John Lennon for his performance
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Piers took to Twitter to defend Sir Paul’s performance at Glastonbury, after he was accused of ‘not playing enough’ Beatles songs on Saturday night.

Although The Beatles split in 1970, after which Paul began a solo career and formed the band Wings, fans still want more of his older hits.

The TalkTV host shared his thoughts on the matter, noting that Paul has actually played nine “best pop songs ever” in his 10-year career with The Beatles.

Piers wrote: “Macca lamented on Twitter ‘didn’t do enough of the Beatles hits.’ He has played Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, I Saw Her Standing There, Lady Madonna, Blackbird, Get Back, Something, Let It Be and Hey Jude.

“Those songs alone are 9 of the best pop songs ever.

“Twitter.. STFU.”

Piers isn’t the only one to applaud the list that has been laid out, with Deacon Blue rock band lead singer Ricky Ross praising Paul’s “damn perfect” collection.

He said, “Wow. Does Macca know how to put a concert together? No one can write this list down.”

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