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Glastonbury 2022: Noel Gallagher's performance upstaged by musician 'playing' a pair of scissors

Glastonbury viewers couldn't quite believe what they were seeing as a female musician seemingly 'played' a pair of scissors during Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' performance on the Pyramid Stage. As the Oasis singer promised fans that there would be "a lot of very happy people in bucket hats", they didn't quite expect to see a band member playing the unusual instrument.

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Noel and Liam Gallagher have had one of the rockiest relationships in music history.The brothers started out like any other normal siblings, but soon went on to achieve astronomical musical stardom after they formed rock band Oasis.Widely regarded as one of the greatest rock bands of all time, they soared to the top of the charts and repeatedly smashed the number one spot.READ MORE: Oasis mega fan could get £60k on eBay for grass from Liam Gallagher gigThey were both iconic characters in the 90s Brit-rock movement and famously had an ongoing feud with fellow chart toppers Blur.However, they soon turned on each other and the band split after almost two decades of success.Since then, the pair have both spoken about each other separately and their dislike for each other seems as rife as ever.Keep reading to check out how their love-hate relationship began.Noel was actually the one to admit that he started the feud between the pair on The Matt Morgan Podcast.Liam launched a clothing brand called Pretty Green and sent his brother some items before its initial release.However, Noel said that he donated the clothes - unworn - to a charity shop, which left Liam fuming at his sibling.Noel said that Liam “went f****** mental” when he found out that the clothes were in a charity shop window, way before he had even launched the clothing brand himself.He recalled: “Liam gave us a load of clobber, not just me, he [gave it to the band]. I went straight to the charity shop and left it in the shop doorway.
Glastonbury fans amazed TLC 'haven't aged' after their youthful appearance on stage
Glastonbury crowds and viewing audiences at home were treated to a performance from RnB duo TLC at Glastonbury and fans were amazed at their incredibly youthful appearance.Rozanda Chilli Thomas, 51, and her bandmate, 52-year-old Tionne T-Boz Watkins, took to the West Holts stage early Friday (June 24) evening and treated the crowds to their classic hits songs.The girl group, who were at the height of their fame in the 90s, left audiences stunned and they took to Twitter to post about their age-defying beauty. READ MORE: Sir Paul McCartney to become Glastonbury's oldest ever solo headliner at 80 One wrote: “Watching TLC at Glastonbury and realising those girls ain’t aged in 25 years!”Another added: “Chilli hasn’t aged a day since 1995, man.”A keen follower of the band tweeted out: “Calming myself watching TLC on Glastonbury. Loving that Chilli hasn’t changed her face or her clothes since 2002.”Other fans couldn’t help but gush over their favourite band and noted that Chilli “looks like she’s in her 20s” and that their performance was “insane”.Another even claimed even though they “both look fabulous”, Chilli “looks like she’s popped out of a time machine from the 90s”.The American band was formed in 1991 and have released iconic hits such as Waterfalls and No Scrubs, but the pair were originally a trio.The third girl, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, was killed in a car crash in 2002, aged just 30 years old.Back in 2020, Chilli spoke about how the girls had “never ever had a thought” about replacing their beloved friend.She appeared on Good Morning Britain and told the show: “We heard from so many people in the business.
Keith Urban shares details of life on the road as he returns to touring
Keith Urban has detailed the 'navigating' he has had to go through in order to bring his tour back safely after two years of COVID.MORE: Keith Urban delights with unexpected duet hopes with Nicole KidmanThe country singer revealed that he has "always been" a tactile person with family, friends and fans and that he has had to be more aware now as people take their own precautions.WATCH: Keith Urban teases huge family move with Nicole Kidman and children"I am tactile and always have been with my audiences and friends, so it is hard to know [that] there is some navigating of that to be considered if we are to keep the show on the road," he told USA Today.His band will hit the road in the US for the first time since the pandemic began and he shared that although they have been in rehearsals performing for "two weeks in the UK" and his Vegas residency have been the "perfect set up for us as a band to get us ourselves oiled up, to feel really loose and ready to go."MORE: Inside Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's $3.47m mansionMORE: Nicole Kidman makes candid confession about raising daughters Sunday and FaithDuring his UK tour he showed off his closeness with fans after he pulled up a family of five on stage in Bournemouth. The group were wearing t-shirts that spelled out Keith's name, and as he spoke to the matriarch she shared they were from Murtock.Keith however didn't recognize the name and asked what town it was near, to which she shared Yeovil, but he still was unsure.
Spice Girls' Mel C has 'good feeling' Victoria Beckham would do Glastonbury reunion
Spice Girls star Melanie C has teased that the iconic 90s band could one day play at Glastonbury festival.The 48-year-old, known as Sporty Spice in the group, said it would be a "dream" to perform and thinks Victoria Beckham would be keen to get involved.Mel played the hit songs Who Do You Think You Are and Spice Up Your Life while DJing at Glastonbury on Thursday evening at the Green stage.READ MORE: Inside Mel B's lavish Hollywood Hills mansion - costume room and regal entranceThe singer called the entire experience "insane" as she told BBC Breakfast it was a wonderful introduction to Glastonbury.She said: "I didn’t expect it to be as big as it was and as many people to be going as nuts as they did, it was a wonderful introduction to Glastonbury.“It’s amazing because the wonderful thing about Glastonbury is there is something for everyone, there is so many musical styles and when you drop a Spice Girls song you think: how is it going to go? But people loved it, it was wonderful.”While doing her DJ set at Glastonbury, Mel wore a black t-shirt with pink writing which said "Alexa play Spice Girls”.When speaking about the Spice Girls potentially playing at the legendary festival one day, the singer said it would be an absolute dream.She continued: "It’s the dream, the absolute dream, we would love to do it."Mel revealed that she and the other girls have spoken about it in the past as she dubbed it the biggest stage in the world.The 90s legend also said she has a "good feeling" that Victoria, who was known as Posh Spice in the band, would join them for the gig.Although Victoria was missing from the Spice Girl reunion tour in 2019 as she admitted her priorities had changed.In a cover interview with Vogue Germany at the time,