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Glastonbury festival-goers have been forced to use filthy toilets and subjected to long queues while VIP area users are treated to luxury Portaloos.

The Glastonbury Festival toilets used by the rich and famous are nothing like the ones you’ll find on the main site.

The likes of Jade Thirwall, Laura Whitmore, Zoe Ball and Sienna Miller have been spotted enjoying the return of the popular music event this weekend.

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While festival-goers have to use the dreaded Portaloos – or the nearest paper cup – the VIP guests can spend a penny in style.

Avoiding the hustle and bustle of hundreds and thousands of music lovers, the stars have their own posh loos in several hidden areas around Worthy Field.

Right next to the Pyramid Stage, a secret VIP can be found full to the brim of performers and huge names from the world of showbiz.

This toilet’s queues are much shorter and the stench is much more pleasant, too.

However, should you need to spend a penny, you can still expect to wait in line for around five minutes to do your business.

A clever colour-coding system means celebs can just simply wait for the Green or Red light to appear on top of the Portaloo before entering.

With a working flush and plenty of toilet roll, the stars can enjoy going to the toilet without their feet swimming in unidentifiable liquids.

As well as plenty of loo roll, each toilet has a wall-hung hand sanitiser dispenser, which is topped up regularly too.

The non-VIP music lovers are forced to queue to go to the toilet and often get caught short with the lack of toilet paper.

Attendees have even reported that they have had to use paper cups to “empty their bladder and bowels” as wait times are too long and conditions are too poor.

One music fan told Daily Star: “The queues have been getting longer and smellier as the weekend goes on. I’ve seen plenty of men and women relieving themselves in cups rather than face the wrath of the dirty toilets.”

They also confirmed that women have been “using the urinals” because they “didn’t think they’d make it through the queue”.

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