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Cyndi Lauper 'visibly upset' as Glastonbury fans exit show early

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Cyndi Lauper's Glastonbury gig sparked quite the buzz online, with some fans at Worthy Farm choosing to leave her set early.

The iconic 71-year-old singer, famed for her anthem Girls Just Want To Have Fun, graced the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon.She kicked off with a throwback to the 80s, performing The Goonies 'R' Good Enough, despite some initial mic troubles that seemed to get sorted by the end of her act.

Cyndi even treated the crowd to a solo recorder interlude during her second song, the Mirror reports.The US pop legend briefly stepped away from the stage mid-performance to attend to "one little thing" and then came back to deliver a powerful rendition of her hit track, 'I Drove All Night' which was met with cheers at its peak.Addressing the Glastonbury audience, Cyndi expressed her delight at playing the festival and extended a "happy Pride for those celebrating" to those celebrating.

Before launching into Change Of Heart, she quipped about a mishap while dancing in Leicester Square for the 1986 track's video, where she trod on "some of the pansies" and joked she's "not allowed there anymore".Yet, after belting out Girls Just Want To Have Fun, there was a noticeable departure of festival-goers from her show.

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