27 Jun '11, 12am

Beyonce serenades Glastonbury to a close

Beyonce serenades Glastonbury to a close

GLASTONBURY, United Kingdom: US soul diva Beyonce on Sunday brought Britain's Glastonbury festival to a flamboyant finale with a greatest hits and covers set before of 100,000 sun-baked revellers. The Bootylicious singer, whose husband Jay Z played a famous set at the 2008 festival, performed her solo repertoire, hits from her time as a member of Destiny's Child and an eclectic mix of cover versions. The crowd helped the superstar through "Say My Name", "Survivor" and "Independent Women" along with her interpretations of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams", Alanis Morisette's "You Oughta Know" and "Sex on Fire" by the Kings of Leon. Addressing the massed ranks, the singer said: "I want you all to know right now you're witnessing my dream. "I always wanted to be a rock star and tonight we are all rock stars," she added. "I still can't believe I'm performing at Glastonbury." Earl...

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