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Glastonbury 2024 viewers fume at BBC as Michael Kiwanuka tells crowd he's having 'worst nightmare' on Pyramid Stage

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Michael Kiwanuka told the crowds who'd flocked to see him at Glastonbury Festival 2024 that he was having his 'worst nightmare' as his set was plagued by technical issues.

The soul musician was among those taking to the Pyramid Stage on Saturday (June 29) during the festival's second day of music, and fourth day overall.

Mercury Prize winner Michael, 37, appeared to struggle while performing Solid Ground and took breaks before abandoning the track.

He told festival goers to "hold on" before adding: "Sorry, this is out of tune," referring to his keyboard. READ MORE: Gemma Atkinson thanks fans for messages as she shares 'not good' update amid exciting baby milestone Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link "I’m sorry, like this is my worst nightmare," he said as the crowds cheered him on.

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