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Glastonbury 2024 viewers say Shania Twain's 'not old enough' as she dons cowboy hat for Legends performance

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Fans tuning in to watch Shania Twain's Glastonbury Festival set simply couldn't believe she was 'old enough' to grace the coveted Legends slot.

The country singer took to the Pyramid Stage on Sunday afternoon (June 30), marking the last day of the epic 2024 festival. Shania, 58, looked sensational as she wore a black cowboy hat and pink ruffled outfit while singing to thousands of festival-goers at Worthy Farm, with many also donning cowboy hats, as plenty more watched the action from home across the BBC.

She opened her hit-filled set with her 1998 classic song, That Don’t Impress Me Much. The star, who told the BBC before the festival opened that she would love to enter the stage on horseback, was instead joined by several drag queens holding horse puppets. READ MORE: Glastonbury 2024 fans issue complaint over Shania Twain set and say 'gutted' Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link Glastonbury festival-goers were treated to songs including Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

and From This Moment On during Shania's set in the slot previously occupied by the likes of Dolly Parton, Diana Ross, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones and Lionel Richie.

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