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Sheeran admits to Glastonbury nerves

Press Association logoPress Association 25/06/2017 Julia Hunt

Ed Shereen has brought Glastonbury to a close, snapping a photo of the crowd and saying he never dreamed he would get the opportunity to headline the festival.

The singer, 26, who had admitted to battling the nerves as he stepped out on the Pyramid Stage, wrapped up by showing off his guitar skills in a dazzling performance of You Need Me, I Don't Need You to the huge crowd.

He thanked Glastonbury for having him and said of headlining: "I would like to say it was a dream of mine.

"But I never thought I would even get to the point where I was playing this stage, let alone headlining it."

During his set, Sheeran performed a string of his hits including Castle On The Hill, Lego House and Shape Of You.

In his final moments on stage, he pulled out his mobile phone and asked the crowd to smile, taking a quick picture before carrying on singing.

Sheeran's performance brings to an end to three days of musical performances.

Other acts over the three days included Lorde, Major Lazer, Craig David, Foo Fighters, Kaiser Chiefs, Emeli Sande and The Killers.

Radiohead were among the big name acts, headlining on opening night.


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