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Fearne & Reggie

Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates introduce coverage on day one of the music festival. Including highlights by such acts as Two Door Cinema Club, the Wombats and Fleet Foxes.


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Hello. Welcome to Glastonbury 2011. This festival is across the entire

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BBC this weekend, but we here at BBC Three got here first. That's

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right. We were with you all weekend. Stick with us. Also, we're totally

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and utterly socially interactive, very socially interactive. If you

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want to go on Twitter, you can, just do:

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Also, if you want to go on to the BBC Three Facebook pages, you can

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leave comments, questions for our guests and find out what's going on.

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I am a sucker for tradition, we here at BBC Three start the same

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place every year. This year Gregg and Gemma are doing everything we

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can't and seeing as much as they can for us. What exactly can you

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Hello, hello, hello. Hi. Amazing. Hello. Hi! All right? This is

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amazing. This is the best view of Glastonbury! And welcome along to

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it. This is Biffy Clyro on the Pyramid Stage there. You'll see

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highlights of that later on BBC Three. Just so breathtaking

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honestly. I want to welcome you along. We have the best job ever. I

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am feeling so blissed out I need a cuddle. Can I let you know this

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really is the best thing to see. I know they're in the tree house

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having a great time, but we good everywhere - in every tent, every

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nook and cranny - everywhere. This place is huge, as you can see. High

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five on that one. And a high five for my riding boots today. I like.

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I didn't go with a traditional wellie either. Look at that. That

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is a buckle right there. Buckles and crystals all over the place.

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Yes, there has been mud, and it has been raining but I don't care. It

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has been great. What we're going to do is be out and about in the

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festival all weekend. Shall I send you out? Let's do it. I'll take my

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mic. See you. Fearne and Reg. riding boog boots - all you need to

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know. There is boys on the show today. You're quite happy about

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that. We have a great performance from the The Vaccines I am going to

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play you, will be lovely. Also, Biffy Clyro fresh off the stage

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will also come and talk to us, but doing it for the girls will be Katy

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B. She'll pop along to our studio to a nice acoustic performance and

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have a chat with us as well. was getting emotional as well

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because Biffy Clyro weren't wearing any shirts on stage. It's a good

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look. Sorry. Craning my neck slightly. Can you promise to

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control yourself when they come in later? No! Good! Let's not waste

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any time and get right to why you came here, the live music - Two

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Door Cinema Club, Glastonbury 2011. INAUDIBLE

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So we call that a good start! Door Cinema Club. Sorry about that.

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You'll get that later hopefully. We have so many brilliant performances.

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We'll see The Vaccines, also Mumford & Sons, which Gregg is

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excited about. He'll be down at the front. Can you mosh to that music?

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Not really. He's a massive fan of those guys. He'll be salivating.

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He's going to have a chat to Mumford & Sons before they go on

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stage. We'll see that I'll tell you what we should do - let's see some

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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of The Wombats now. Have a look. # Want to twist

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# The structure of my average day # You feel nothing

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# So jump into the fog # Hit the ground

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# That's right # We feel nothing

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# So jump into the fog # We feel nothing

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# So jump into the fog # You know that we are curled up,

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right? # The ladder is too high

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# So slide back down again # I am only here

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# We feel nothing # So jump into the fog

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# You know that we # Will hit the ground upright

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# We feel nothing # So jump into the fog

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# I just hope that you're brave # We feel nothing

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# So jump into the fog # We know that we'll hit

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# The ground upright # We feel nothing, so jump

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# Into the fog # I made some bad decisions

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# It's just that life tastes sweeter

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# When it's wrapped in debauchery # So drop your map

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# Drop your plans # Drop that five-step programme

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# Because there is not an ounce of faith

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# In this leap # It's clear you feel nothing

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# So jump into the fog with me # Jump into the fog

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# Ooh, ooh, ooh # Jump into the fog

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# Ooh, ooh, ooh # Jump into the fog

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# Ooh, ooh, ooh # She said I should come over

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# It's not my time # Should chop them off

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# Just to have a good time # Move with me

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# Or get out of my face # Shut up and stay with me

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# Stay with me # Or let go of my hand

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# Places fill our minds # With empty plans

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# I never knew I was a techno fan # Woo, woo, woo, woo

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# Who, woo, woo, woo, woo # This is not a weird weekend I am

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talking like a city boy # Talking with a northern soul

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# She said I should come over though it's carnage at times

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# It still seems I'd chop a him off # Before I put up a fight

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# Move with me # I didn't queue for an hour

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# To leave straight away # Shut up and stay with me

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# Stay with me # Or let go of my hand

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# The lasers fill our minds with empty plans

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# I never knew I was a techno- # We are the 1980s

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# We are the Detroit lights # I never wanna

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# I never wanna see this stop # I'm in debt to you

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# But don't feed me plant food # Just shut up and move with me

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# Move with me # Or get out of my face

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# Duh duh duh # I didn't spend 20 sheets and not

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a shape # Just shut up and stay with me

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# Stay with me or let go of my hand # The lasers fill our minds with

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empty plans # I never knew I was a technofan

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# Woo, woo, woo, woo, woo # I never knew I was a techno fan

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# Woo, woo, woo, woo, woo, woo # I'm back in Liverpool

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# And everything seems the same # But I worked something out last

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night # That changed this little boy's

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brain # A small piece of advice that took

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22 years in the making # And I will break it to you now

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# Please learn from my mistakes # Let's dance to Joy Division

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# And celebrate the irony # Everything is going wrong

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# But we're so happy # Let's dance to Joy Division

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# So if you're ever feeling down # Grab your purse and tax a taxi

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# To the darkest side of town # That's where we'll be

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# We'll wait for you # And lead you through the

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dancefloor # To the DJ booth

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# You know what to ask for # Let's dance to Joy Division

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# And celebrate the irony # Everything is going wrong

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# But we're so happy # Let's dance to Joy Division

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# And raise our glass to the ceiling

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# Cos this could all go so wrong # But we're so happy

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# Let the love tear us apart # I found the cure for a broken

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heart # Let it tear us apart

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# Let's dance to Joy Division # And celebrate the irony

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# Everything is going wrong # But we're so happy

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# Let's dance to Joy Division # And raise our glass to the

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ceiling # Cos this could all go so wrong

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# But we're so happy # Yeah, we're so happy

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# So happy! # And we're so happy

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# So happy # Yeah, we're so happy

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# So happy! # Yeah, we're so happy, so happy

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# Yeah, we're so happy # So happy

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# Yeah, we're so happy # So happy

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# Yeah, we're Shouppy, so happy # Yeah, we're so happy! #

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There you go. That was The Wombats from Other Stage from earlier on

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today. Fans of Two Door Cinema Club, please stand by. It will happen.

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With sound. The Wombats wearing white - what a very brave choice in

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this mud. There we go. We'd now like to welcome our first guest

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into the studio, a delightful example, the hardest working man at

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Glastonbury this weekend... That's my official title. Not necessarily

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the hardest working, but tough. Please don't challenge me to a

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fight. I don't want to have a fight on BBC Three. John Peel Stage,

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another DJ set tomorrow night, William Cubitt, Sunday at Crow's

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Nest, then Sunday at Scream and do our song. Are you DJing? Then I am

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going to have a shower, maybe a shave, see what happens. You're

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doing so much at the festival this year. It has been an incredible

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year so far, your first number one. Nice to see you face to face and

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say congratulations. What's it been like having a number one after so

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many years. Yeah, heard it the other week on the radio. I am not

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getting carried away. Obviously amazing. I have never been about

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number one singles, just great songs. I just want to keep doing

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this for ten years. If I can sell out Wembley Stadium one day, I'll

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celebrate or head Pyramid Stage, but Bob the Builder had a number

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one. Let's not get too carried away. Also, it's a special week. Your

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parents came over to Australia. They moved over to Australia six

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years ago when I signed to Skinner's label back in the day.

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They kind of missed a lot of my career. The last gig my dad saw me

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perform two years ago was to 200 people in Islington. He's flown

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over there. They landed last night. I got them a Mercedes, bringing

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them down today. In style. Number one parent treatment. My mum is,

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like, so excited. She's just... What's the capacity in John Peel?

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20 thou. Imagine seeing that - they have monitored my career from the

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other side of the world - press snippettes, YouTube clips. Now

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they're going to be at the John Peel. Will mum cry a little bit?

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Yeah, yeah. There will be tears. Something we have been asking

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everybody to get involved with is the hashtag. If you are on Twitter,

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it's 3 hashtag at glass to. You have been getting in trouble on

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Twitter. What have you been doing? Just speak my mind. We have all

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seen it. I said something about Cheryl Lloyd's song, which is fair

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enough. It's not very good. When you sign to major label off the

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back of X Factor, you're supposed to have access to the best

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songwriters in the world. That didn't happen. I love this guy.

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Whoever wrote the lyrics for them, they're perfectly good singers,

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good dancers - they're all very beautiful, and Alexandra Burke, I

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don't want to start it again. Read it for yourself. I need a new

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target. Can I rectify this? Because I said to Rochelle on the radio the

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other day I would help you bond as friends? I think if you can arrange

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some sort of date to sort this out... Taking it to the next level.

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Are you just bullying her to take her out on a date? That's what

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happens with guys when you fancy someone. Someone has nicked your

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tour bus spot? The Arctic Monkeys. We were promised we could park

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there. I am like, I am on the John Peel Stage. I am nearly headlining.

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Give us a parking spot - the Arctic Monkeys are taking it. What stage

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are they on? They're just here! am quite matey with Alex. He's not

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my best mate or anything but I did karaoke with him three years ago in

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Sydney. Wow. So he knows who I am. You have done a duet. That's a big

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deal. I am going to have words. Definitely. We had the most surreal

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intraps to the festival this year. We're in the car driving in, and as

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we were coming in, Wu-Tang Clan were on stage performing Ice cream.

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It was surreal on Pyramid Stage. Are you a fan of Wu-Tang Clan?

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I think it was the first gig I ever went to other than Bros. We don't

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talk about them! When I was 14, 15, I went to see them at the Brixton

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Academy. It was an experience. I have been doing interviews all day.

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Did you see any of it? I didn't. They were on the Premier stage all

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day long. Did all of them come? Apart from ODB. I was there like a

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complete plonker. Method Man was wearing a dressing gown...

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always has done that. We have taken out the cheeky language, just to

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Y'all ready? Let's go. # One, two, one, two, yo, check

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this out # It's the jump off right now

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# I want everybody to put your work down

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# Put your guns down # And report to the pit, the gravel

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# Leave your problems at home # Leave your children at home

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# We going to take it back underground

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# I be Bobby Boulders # Wu-Tang Clan on yo mind one time

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# It's the jump off # So just jump off

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# Check out my gravel pit The amazing Wu-Tang Clan on Pyramid

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Stage earlier on. A fantastic edit there. They are so old now. It's

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brilliant. They're amazing, awesome. Everyone in the audience were knee

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deep in mud, having the best time ever. This is the first time on BBC

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Three... Yes, it's my first time on this team. Bye, mate. See you. He's

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off to do 100 gigs this weekend. I am looking forward to this. It's

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also Greg's first time on BBC Three. Before we get to Greg, do you know

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my first year I was made to drink a pint of beer from a dirty wellie.

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That's the initiation. I could probably do it. Let's organise that.

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Could we switch it to gin - I am there. Could we do it with Biffy

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Clyro? No! Beer. Greg, where are you? I tell you what, Reggie Yates

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is such a lad, just drinking beer out of wellies! Yeah! I would

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absolutely love to see his mum and dad. Can you imagine what they're

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like? The best thing to do about Glastonbury is to come here early

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to see what's going on. There are loads of brilliant things going on

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on the stages, but earlier today I began my Glastonbury crawl. It

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started just over there. Let's have a look.

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So this is my first time doing the TV for Glastonbury, and I am

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pleased because I can show you the real Glastonbury. I mean, keep your

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UVFs and Coldplays. This is the proper bit. I am in the circus area

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at in a bit. I am going to show you Avalon Stage and the theatre bit. I

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want to show you some gems you might have heard of before but not

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necessarily seen - and also some weirdness. Let's go. I'll have a

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look at these guys. Can you teach This is the outdoor circus stage -

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What's this, then? An after-work shop. What do I do? Smile. Shake

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your body a bit. So is this a - this is a sonic forest? What

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happens in here? You run past the trees in the forest. It makes a

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sound. Shall we run together, hand in hand? We play this until 4.00pm,

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then we get sort of wild. I am trying to experience the festival

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as quick as possible. Basically, these are clay figures people have

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made over the years. If you want to do the whole festival in a day,

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we've got it for you. We've got toilets, tempts, a miniature

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Pyramid Stage here. Who is on the main stage headlining? The seven

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heads of Bono and The Edge. I love # And I think to myself

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APPLAUSE Madam, how are you? Hello, dear,

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how are you? This is a beautiful machine. Lovely, isn't it? You can

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get four weeks' shopping in here in one go. It's terrific. It's our

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first time at Glastonbury. Go on. Have a go.

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I am Betsy, and we are the only formation shopping trolley dancing

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troupe in the country. I mean, you're very similar to the Red

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Arrows. Very similar, just with more style and a bit more attitude

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I think. Not going to have blue smoke coming out of your bum, are

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you? Depend what I have eaten the night before. Off you pop, then. So

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part one of my Glastonbury crawl is pretty much done. I have had a

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great day so far, made some new friends as well. There is loads

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more to see. Find out what happens in part two.

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I tell you what, I didn't like those little clay figurines. There

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was some voodoo business going on there. Thank you very much, lanky

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but lovely great James. That may take him some time. We'll catch up

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with him later on. Biffy Clyro are going to be here in a little bit.

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They have just got off stage. We'll let them have a shower or a baby

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wipe situation. You can ask any questions you want. If you're a

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huge fan, either go to the BBC Three Facebook pages or we're

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trending on Twitter, which is good news:

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Put your question on there, hashtag 3 at Glass to. Don't forget the BBC

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Three pages too. We'll put your questions to the lads later.

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promised you Two Door Cinema Club earlier, but no sound. Hopefully,

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this does have sound. And this is Two Door Cinema Club, Glastonbury,

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2011. # I can tell you just what you want

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# You don't want to be alone # I can say it's what you know

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# In a few weeks I will get time # And I can take it

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# I am leaving This is starting to feel like

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# It's right before my eyes

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# And I can taste it It's my sweet beginning

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# I can tell just what you want

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# You don't want to be alone You don't want to be alone

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# And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole time

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# Yeah, you've known it the whole time

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# Maybe next year I'll have no time

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# To think about the questions to address

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# Am I the one to try to stop the fire?

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# I wouldn't test you, I'm not the best you could have attained

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# Why try anything?

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# I will get there Just remember I know

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# And I can tell just what you want

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# You don't want to be alone

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# You don't want to be alone

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# And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole time

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# Yeah, you've known it the whole time

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# And I can tell just what you want

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# And I can tell just what you want

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# You don't want to be alone

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# You don't want to be alone

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# And I can't say it's what you know

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# But you've known it the whole time

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# Yeah, you've known it the whole time

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# And I can tell just what you want

:32:48.:32:58.
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# And she spoke words that would melt in your hands

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# And she spoke words of wisdom

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# To the basement, people To the basement

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# Many surprises await you

:33:30.:33:33.

# In the basement, people In the basement

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# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:33:38.:33:42.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:33:42.:33:44.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission

:33:44.:33:46.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:33:46.:33:51.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:33:51.:33:55.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission

:33:55.:33:59.

# And she spoke words that would melt in your hands

:33:59.:34:08.

# And she spoke words of wisdom

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# To the basement, people To the basement

:34:15.:34:16.

# Many surprises await you

:34:16.:34:19.

# In the basement, people In the basement

:34:19.:34:22.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:34:22.:34:28.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:34:28.:34:31.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission

:34:31.:34:35.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:34:35.:34:39.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:34:39.:34:42.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission

:34:42.:34:47.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:34:47.:34:57.
:34:57.:35:14.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:35:14.:35:18.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:35:18.:35:20.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission

:35:20.:35:23.

# You hid there last time You know we're gonna find you

:35:23.:35:27.

# Sick in the car seat cos you're not up to going

:35:27.:35:31.

# Out on the main streets Completing your mission. #

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Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you very

:35:52.:36:02.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# You gotta step up your game # We're going to show the world

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# That something good can work # And it can work for you

:36:52.:36:57.

# And you know that it will # Let's get this started, girl

:36:57.:37:02.

# We're moving up # It's been a lot to change

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# But you will always get what you want

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# It took a little time to make a little better

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# You know, you know # It took a little time to make it

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a little better # It's only going up

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# Just one thing and another # You know, you know

:37:19.:37:26.

# Let's make this happen, girl # We're going to show the world

:37:26.:37:30.

# That something good can work # And it can work for you

:37:30.:37:34.

# And you know that it will # Let's get this started, girl

:37:34.:37:44.
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# All right, Glastonbury, let's see # Let's make this happen, girl

:37:49.:37:53.

# We're moving up # It can work

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# You know it will # Let's get this started, girl

:37:57.:38:01.

# We're moving up # I know it's what you

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# What you want # Let's make this happen, girl

:38:07.:38:10.

# And it can work for you # And you know that it will

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# Let's get this started, girl # We're moving up

:38:18.:38:28.
:38:28.:39:06.

# You will always get what you want # You would look a little better,

:39:06.:39:16.
:39:16.:39:17.

# But its hard to realise # And so you're drinking

:39:18.:39:22.

# You're holding on too long You've got to let go

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# Your other love is gone and you know

:39:24.:39:25.

# It's too late, it's too late

:39:26.:39:27.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the same

:39:27.:39:29.

# It's too late, it's too late

:39:29.:39:31.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the same

:39:31.:39:34.

# I tried to find a quiet place that we could go

:39:34.:39:37.

# To help you make decisions

:39:37.:39:40.

# But I didn't find it easy to tell them apart with double vision

:39:40.:39:43.

# And so you're drinking in your room to make it all go

:39:43.:39:50.

# It didn't end too soon You've got the next one

:39:50.:39:54.

# You're holding on too long You've got to let go

:39:54.:39:57.

# Your other love is gone and you know

:39:57.:40:00.

# It's too late, it's too late

:40:01.:40:02.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the same

:40:02.:40:06.

# It's too late, it's too late

:40:06.:40:08.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the same

:40:08.:40:12.

# It's too late, it's too late

:40:12.:40:14.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the same

:40:14.:40:19.

# It's too late, it's too late

:40:19.:40:21.

# You've got another one coming and it's going to be the...

:40:21.:40:31.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# You're going to tell me that I'm right

:41:20.:41:25.

# You know you're going to come back down

:41:25.:41:27.

# And find yourself where you are again

:41:27.:41:30.

# You didn't know, you didn't know, you didn't know

:41:30.:41:31.

# So don't pretend you saw it now

:41:31.:41:33.

# It's not something you'd want to happen

:41:33.:41:35.

# Now you know who you are again

:41:35.:41:40.

# It's not the same, it's not the same, it's not the same

:41:40.:41:42.

# You're going to tell me that I'm right

:41:42.:41:44.

# You know you're going to come back down

:41:44.:41:49.

# And find yourself where you are again. #

:41:49.:41:59.
:41:59.:42:01.

Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you so

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Thank you so much. That is one of the best things I have ever seen in

:42:04.:42:11.

That was beautiful. It must have been such a sight from the Pyramid

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Stage just there. Biffy Clyro, who have also performed on the Pyramid

:42:15.:42:19.

Stage, will be in the studio. Get ready for that they have left the

:42:19.:42:23.

stage empty and sweaty for Morrissey, who is on tonight as

:42:23.:42:28.

well. Gemma and Greg were out and about seeing all the things we

:42:28.:42:36.

can't see. So Gemma, you're up. What can you see? I scrambled to

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the Park area. This is one of my favourite areas of Glastonbury.

:42:39.:42:44.

It's so, so, beautiful. It's all mystical. It smells good. It smells

:42:44.:42:48.

a little bit like freshly cut grass but with a barbecue thrown in, if

:42:48.:42:56.

you know what I mean. I am at the top of the tower. If you have

:42:56.:43:01.

vertigo - well, do look. Look at all the flags and crazy halts.

:43:01.:43:06.

There are rumours aplenty. Every year there is a secret act. Last

:43:06.:43:13.

year it was Tom York. This year apparently Radiohead are going to

:43:13.:43:17.

play. I think it's raid - I hope - I hope. They'll be taking to the

:43:17.:43:23.

stage any second. I'll report back and let you know. Back to you!

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her. She's making all sorts of noises. I am really jealous. I

:43:27.:43:32.

never got to go to the Park last year, and apparently their set was

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absolutely incredible. Still time to get in your questions for Biffy

:43:35.:43:38.

Clyro. They're going to be in the studio. If you have Any questions

:43:38.:43:42.

at all, you can either go to the BBC Three Facebook pages and leave

:43:42.:43:51.

your questions there, and, of course, we're twending on Twitter -

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LAUGHTER We're actually twending on Twitter.

:43:55.:44:03.

If you would like to leave a question, go to Twitter. They have

:44:03.:44:07.

wiped themselves down. So they'll be in the studio with their shirts

:44:07.:44:12.

on in a second. We have just spoken about Gemma and Greg going

:44:12.:44:16.

everywhere we can't. Greg is a massive Mumford & Sons fan.

:44:16.:44:21.

have no idea. I love Mumford & Sons. I am lucky enough to have seen them

:44:21.:44:24.

perform before. They're about to perform. Greg has been having a

:44:24.:44:29.

love affair with them for about two years. It's gotten to a sickening

:44:29.:44:35.

stage. Have a look at this. We're at the back of the stage, my home

:44:35.:44:39.

boys Mumford & Sons. Welcome. Welcome to you too. And to you.

:44:39.:44:43.

You're a bit poorly. What's going on? Just got man flu, just feeling

:44:43.:44:49.

a bit under the weather, be fine. You going to man-up and get through

:44:49.:44:52.

it? Yeah, because you told me to. lot of people are waiting to see

:44:52.:44:58.

you. Yeah, it really is exciting, just got a bit of a sniffle. This

:44:58.:45:04.

time last year you were on the John Peel Stage. How was that? Awesome,

:45:04.:45:11.

a lot of fun. I met a friend last year at the John Peel Stage. He

:45:11.:45:17.

said, "I am not coming to see you next year because you won't do

:45:17.:45:21.

better." Really? He said, I am not coming back because you won't outdo

:45:21.:45:27.

yourselves. There was a question from Al on Facebook. How is he?

:45:27.:45:32.

Good, you'll be pleased to hear. His favourite song is The Cave, but

:45:32.:45:39.

he was wondering where the riff came from - thinks it's a weird

:45:39.:45:44.

riff. Thinks it's a weird riff? Weird Al thinks it's a weird riff -

:45:44.:45:51.

it came from the tuning like most of our songs. We just came up with

:45:51.:45:57.

it one day - actually in Edinburgh at a place called Banman's, which

:45:58.:46:02.

was one of the sweatiest gigs we have ever played, and the roof - it

:46:02.:46:05.

was underground, and the roof started dropping, like raindrops,

:46:05.:46:10.

sweat, basically. I am going to be in the pit, OK, talking to some of

:46:10.:46:13.

your fans... What if you get recognised? That's the whole idea,

:46:13.:46:18.

isn't it? Like, it will be on telly. You're on telly to be famous? You

:46:18.:46:22.

want to be famous? Is that the whole idea? No, we'll be on telly,

:46:22.:46:27.

then throwing to your gig. So we'll say, here we are in the pit, then

:46:27.:46:33.

say, here's Mumford & Sons. Live? Yeah, live. What if you mess it up?

:46:33.:46:37.

We won't. What if someone swears or does something physically

:46:37.:46:42.

inappropriate for television? they'll cut it off and put Family

:46:42.:46:47.

Guy on. Ridiculous. Did he refer to Mumford & Sons as his home boys?

:46:47.:46:53.

think that might have happened, yes. That just happened, didn't it?

:46:53.:46:56.

gentlemen in their waste coats. We're going to play the most

:46:56.:47:00.

beautiful performance for you now. I absolutely adore this band, Fleet

:47:00.:47:06.

Foxes. Watching them live is a mast magical experience. They sound

:47:06.:47:10.

almost tighter than they do on the album. Can I just say, just so you

:47:10.:47:12.

know the process that happens here, we have been working together since

:47:12.:47:18.

we were kids. We go, what do you want to go? I'll talk about - you

:47:18.:47:23.

talk about Fleet Foxes - I am fan. I cried at their gig. I cried.

:47:23.:47:26.

For anyone out there who has seen this band, you know what they're

:47:26.:47:29.

like. I didn't get to see them at Glastonbury this year, but I can

:47:29.:47:34.

imagine seeing them in a festival of this grandeur - it would be a

:47:34.:47:37.

very, very special thing to do, so we're going to play that for you in

:47:37.:47:41.

a little bit. We've also got The Vaccines a little bit later as well.

:47:41.:47:44.

We're going to get a few tracks from those guys which would be

:47:44.:47:47.

brilliant. If you haven't done it already, you can send in questions

:47:47.:47:54.

for Biffy Clyro, just go to the BBC Facebook. If you are on Twitter,

:47:54.:48:00.

hashtag 3 at glass to. If you want to do any of those questions like

:48:00.:48:05.

what Greg had to ask... Don't make any too awkward... Like, that's

:48:05.:48:11.

what weird bit in your song like? We won't do those. Well, some. It

:48:11.:48:15.

depends if I have drunk a wellie of beer or not - or gin, whatever!

:48:15.:48:18.

We're now going to go see Fleet Foxes do their thing. I might cry.

:48:18.:48:23.

Is that OK? I'm cool with it. I have kind of accepted the fact

:48:23.:48:27.

you're going to get emotional during this. Let's see them do

:48:27.:48:36.

their thing at Glastonbury 2011. All right. How's it going? How is

:48:36.:48:40.

it going? CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# Your protector's coming home # You run with the devil

:50:12.:50:22.
:50:22.:50:51.

# Tell your brother to be good # Tell your brother to be good

:50:52.:51:01.
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# Tell your mother not to wait Tell your father I was good

:51:23.:51:29.

# As you lay to die beside me, baby

:51:29.:51:32.

# On the morning that you came

:51:33.:51:37.

# Would you wait for me?

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# The other one would wait for me. #

:51:40.:51:50.
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# Oooh

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# Oooh

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# Oooh

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 50 seconds

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# All swallowed in their coats # To keep their little heads

:53:20.:53:27.

# And I turned round # And, Michael, you would fall

:53:27.:53:37.
:53:37.:53:44.

# Ooh, ooh, ooh # Ooh, ooh, ooh

:53:44.:53:54.
:53:54.:53:59.

# Penniless and tired # I was looking at you there

:53:59.:54:04.

# Memory is a fickle siren's song I didn't understand

:54:04.:54:07.

# In the gentle light as the morning nears

:54:07.:54:15.

# As strawberries in the summertime

:54:15.:54:25.
:54:25.:54:28.

# Ooh, ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh, ooh

:54:28.:54:38.
:54:38.:54:41.

# Ooh, ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh, ooh

:54:41.:54:51.
:54:51.:54:54.

# I was following the pack

:54:54.:54:57.

# All swallowed in their coats with scarves of red

:54:57.:54:59.

# Tied round their throats

:54:59.:55:01.

# To keep their little heads from falling

:55:01.:55:02.

# In the snow

:55:02.:55:04.

# And I turned round and there you go

:55:04.:55:07.

# And, Michael, you would fall and turn the white snow red

:55:07.:55:10.

# As strawberries in the summertime

:55:10.:55:20.
:55:20.:55:25.

Thank you. Thank

:55:25.:55:25.

Thank you. Thank you.

:55:26.:55:29.

It's

:55:29.:55:30.

It's the

:55:30.:55:30.

It's the harmonies.

:55:30.:55:34.

It's the harmonies. It's - see what I means? The harmonys are so good.

:55:34.:55:37.

Fleet Foxes playing earlier on here at Glastonbury, absolutely

:55:37.:55:40.

beautiful. I was enjoying it but maybe not as much as the girl with

:55:40.:55:44.

the daisies in her hair. There is always someone on somebody's

:55:44.:55:48.

shoulders having the time of their lives. Thank God she had her top on.

:55:48.:55:51.

This is Glastonbury 2011. We're with you for a few hours still. We

:55:51.:55:55.

have loads more to come including a huge chunk of Mumford & Sons a

:55:55.:55:57.

little bit later on tonight. You'll see those guys as they're on the

:55:57.:56:01.

stage. Also, Biffy Clyro will be in the studio. There is still time to

:56:01.:56:08.

get your questions in. Hashtag 3 at glass to, or you can go on to the

:56:08.:56:13.

BBC Three page. We'll get in as in as we can. We'll have a good chat

:56:13.:56:18.

with him. Do you know what dawned on me - we haven't tackled this

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Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates introduce coverage on day one of the music festival. Including highlights by such acts as Two Door Cinema Club, the Wombats and Fleet Foxes, with Gemma Cairney and Greg James reporting from around the site.