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Beyonce storms Glastonbury

There was one word on our lips as we went to bed last night - Beyonce. The golden R&B popstar dazzled on stage, bringing Glastonbury 2011 to a rapturous close with a spectacular performance on Worthy Farm's Pyramid stage.

Queen Bee made no compromise to her indie, mud-strewn surroundings and instead did what she does best: stiletto boots, a gold sequin blazer and a series of her greatest bootylicious moves. We nearly came to work in similar fashion, following India Knight’s tweet that “we should all wear big pants and a jacket to work tomorrow as a tribute.”

Come see photos of Beyonce's performance, along with other highlights from Glastonbury 2011, in the gallery below. Simply click on an image to launch the gallery.

Photo credit: Rex Features

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