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Lewis Capaldi (born 7 October 1996) is a Scottish singer-songwriter. He was nominated for the Critics' Choice Award at the 2019 Brit Awards. In March 2019, his single "Someone You Loved" topped the UK Singles Chart where it remained for seven weeks, and in October 2019 it reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. On 17 May 2019 he released his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, which remained at the top of the UK Albums Chart for six weeks.
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Glastonbury 2024: this is what happened on Sunday

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Glastonbury 2024 has come to an end – the Worthy Farm festival saw out its last day with the likes of Shania Twain, Janelle Monáe, Avril Lavigne and of course, headliner SZA.

Catch up on everything that happened with our news recap below.Paloma Faith took the Pyramid Stage in the afternoon, and after saying, “We love you Amy, you’re here in spirit,” launched into a cover of Amy Winehouse’s 2007 hit ‘Back To Black’.Indie rock artist – and NME Cover star – Blondshell debuted two new songs at Glastonbury, one of which is titled ‘T&A’, which musician Sabrina Teitelbaum told the crowd “stands for tits and ass”.Avril Lavigne has been in the music business 22 years (her debut album ‘Let Go’ was released in 2022).

In all that time, the Canadian pop-punk star had never once played Glastonbury – until Sunday.She performed a nostalgic, hit-heavy set at the Other Stage that was watched by Cara Delevingne, Lewis Capaldi and Rami Malek, among other celebs.

Read NME’s three-star review of Avril Lavigne’s Glastonbury outing.Louis Tomlinson brought his own TV screen to Glastonbury so he could watch the Euros, setting up a big flatscreen in the campground where he was joined by other Glasto-goers equally excited to see England beat Slovakia.

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