Legendary singer Sir Paul McCartney made history this evening by becoming the oldest artist ever to perform at the top at Worthy Farm at the age of 80.
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Sir Paul McCartney has paused a spotlight performance at the Glastonbury Festival tonight to check on an audience.
The legendary singer made history this evening by becoming the oldest artist ever to perform at the top at Worthy Farm at the age of 80.
But Paul paused the tribute to Jimi Hendrix to make sure a festival-goer was fine.
A source told the Mirror: “The crowd went wild for Paul as soon as he stepped onto the stage.
“He was paying tribute to Jimi Hendrix when he stopped to check on someone in the crowd.”
As soon as the musician icon stepped onto the stage, the musician received warm applause from the audience.
“It’s great to be here,” he told festival-goers. “We’re supposed to have done this three years ago.”
Paul was extremely emotional as the audience watched and said: “Okay, here we are. We have some old songs, we have some new songs and we have some people singing in the song. song”.
“I have a feeling we’re going to have a great time tonight!”
He went on to dedicate his piano version of My Valentine to his wife Nancy, who was watching his Glastonbury stand.
“The next song I’m going to do is a song I wrote for my wife Nancy, she’s coming to the audience tonight with us, this song is for you Nanc,” he said.
Sir Paul previously played at the Pyramid Stage in 2004.
His much-anticipated performance comes after Worthy Farm welcomed its youngest ever festival head, Billie Eilish.
Before his big show on Saturday, Sir Paul rehearsed with a secret gig in a sold-out pub on Friday.
The PS I Love You singer performed in front of 600 people at a small establishment called Cheese & Grain in Frome.
He told the crowd, “Good evening, Frome. Why do I get the feeling we’re going to have a good time? We’ve got some old songs and some new songs and some crossover songs. interstitial.”
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