Soul legend Diana Ross took to Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage and a crowd of thousands on Sunday afternoon, reeling off hit after hit from her extensive repertoire to the delight of all – including the security guards.

Occupying the coveted Sunday teatime legends slot on the final day of the festival, the singer had her audience bopping along to classics including Baby Love, You Can’t Hurry Love, Stop! In The Name Of Love and Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.

The conclusion of Chain Reaction saw pink confetti launched from the stage too, no less.

Wearing a sparkly dress with a matching white cape and headpiece, the music icon announced to the crowd that she had recently turned 78 and, despite a slightly pitchy performance in places, the Glasto revellers were clearly enchanted by her extensive set of well-known songs.

This was no more evident than when she performed Upside Down, which saw the line of security staff break out into a choreographed routine in front of the stage, as Diana encouraged everyone to dance along.

As the singer introduced the track with its immediately recognisable lyrics, security were ready to go with their clearly pre-planned moves of finger points and twirls.

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