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Glastonbury 2005: In pictures
Festival goers wash at Glastonbury 2005
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After the floods and mud of Friday, festival-goers did their best to get clean for the day ahead.
Gwyneth Paltrow at Glastonbury 2005
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The mud had not put off actress Gwyneth Paltrow, though, who was at Glastonbury to watch husband Chris Martin sing with Coldplay.
Pete Docherty and Kate Moss at Glastonbury 2005
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Model Kate Moss was spotted looking slightly dishevelled with boyfriend Pete Docherty, whose band, Babyshambles, were playing.
Kaiser Chiefs at Glastonbury 2005
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New stars Kaiser Chiefs were among the first bands to take to the stage.
Bob Geldof at Glastonbury 2005
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At 1600 BST the partying stopped as Bob Geldof asked music fans to chant "make poverty history" ahead of the G8 summit at Gleneagles.
Revellers link hands at Glastonbury 2005
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Thousands of revellers linked hands as a show of support after the Live 8 organiser took to the stage.
Ravers at Glastonbury 2005's 'silent disco'
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Ravers had dance music transmitted into their headphones at the 'silent disco' - devised to reduce overnight noise for residents in the nearby village of Pilton.
Keane play Glastonbury 2005
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Piano rockers Keane got a rousing reception from the crowd.
The Hayseed Dixies at Glastonbury 2005
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Hillbilly singers Hayseed Dixie offered a typically Glastonbury alternative to the day's musical mix.
Peter Hook of New Order
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New Order played a set which included songs from their previous incarnation Joy Division
Revellers wearing disco headphones
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This year the festival has included a 'silent disco' where dancers hear music through headphones



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