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In pictures: Glastonbury day two

Iggy Pop performs at Glastonbury

Iggy Pop closed The Other Stage on Saturday night with a typically manic performance. He jumped into the crowd during his set and had to be removed by security.

The Killers perform at Glastonbury

The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers wore a lurex suit for his set. The American band rounded off Saturday night's line-up on the Pyramid Stage.

Editors perform at Glastonbury

Earlier, Birmingham quartet Editors appeared on the Other Stage with their more soberly dressed frontman Tom Smith.

Organisers try to clear the mud at Glastonbury

As the party went on around them, organisers did their best to clear the mud.

A young festival goer in the mud at Glastonbury

But like this young music fan, most festival goers were dirty but not defeated by the conditions.

Paolo Nutini performs at Glastonbury

Scottish singer Paolo Nutini performed a soulful set on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday.

Paul Weller performs at Glastonbury

So too did elder statesman of rock Paul Weller who strutted his stuff for the delighted crowd.

The Kooks perform at Glastonbury

Rock band The Kooks, led by frontman Luke Pritchard, followed Weller onto the Pyramid Stage.

Festival goers in the mud at Glastonbury

With more rain forecast for Sunday, the wellies were certainly out in force.


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