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27 June 2022, 11:32 | Updated: 27 June 2022, 11:51
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After Paul McCartney owned Saturday night, a couple more legends roll back the years at Glastonbury,
The likes of Kendrick Lamar and Billie Eilish won rave reviews for their stunning sets at Glastonbury – back after a two-year break because of COVID-19 – but it wasn't just the new generation who impressed over the weekend.
Paul McCartney closed the Pyramid Stage with a career-spanning set on Saturday night, introducing special guests Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen – as well as singing a virtual duet with his late Beatles bandmate John Lennon.
And the Other Stage was headlined by Pet Shop Boys, with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe bringing their greatest hits tour to Worthy Farm.
Ross opened with her massive 1980 disco smash 'I'm Coming Out', written by Chic's Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers, before playing a mix of her solo songs, covers and tracks by her former group The Supremes.
She included a trio of songs from her recent comeback album Thank You, and closed the set with a storming rendition of Gloria Gaynor's 'I Will Survive'.
The full Diana Ross setlist was as follows:
The Pet Shop Boys set had an inauspicious start when Chris Lowe started off the concert behind the screens due to technical difficulties.
Neil Tennant was undeterred though, and powered through a clutch of hits, starting with 'Suburbia'.
After a few songs, Tennant told the crowd "The other one will reveal himself shortly" and Chris finally emerged during 'Left to my Own Devices'.
Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander joined the group for a rendition of their collaboration 'Dreamland', taken from their last album Hotspot.
After closing their main set with 'It's A Sin', Chris and Neil returned for an encore of 'West End Girls' and 'Being Boring', dedicating their set the the victims of the recent shooting at Oslo Pride.
The full Pet Shop Boys setlist was as follows: