Becky Hill booed after risque wardrobe malfunction halts Glastonbury set

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Becky Hill strutted the stage in front of thousands on the final day of Glastonbury Festival, appearing in a matching three-piece with a mini skirt, skimpy bikini-style top and blazer all embellished with sequined smiley faces and gold chains.

The 29-year-old danced and sang in an energetic set until she abruptly halted the show, explaining to fans: “Well I seem to have a little bit of a wardrobe malfunction. And irritatingly, somewhat. Can I get this off? Sorry Glastonbury.”

A stagehand quickly rushed to the rescue as BBC’s live coverage cameras zoomed out to give the singer some privacy.

Becky could be heard telling the stage hand to “rip it” while joking with the audience: “It wouldn’t be a Becky Hill set if there wasn’t some clumsiness involved would there.”

As she returned to her show, Becky declared: “Sorry! Boobs are in!” which sparked a smattering of boos from the audience.

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The pop star seemed shocked at the reaction, arguing with her fans: “Don’t boo the boobs being in! Come on! In 2023? I’ll get you all arrested.”

With her wardrobe under control, and rowdy fans back in their places, the singer continued belting out her hit songs at Worthy Farm.

The singer paired her sparkling co-ord with chains of gold around her neck and thigh-high leather boots, leaving her blonde hair loose to whip in the wind.

The Lose Control hitmaker packed her setlist with fan favourites like Crazy What Love Can Do, Afterglow and My Heart Goes as well as some covers from other DJs.

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Before the end of her set, the 29-year-old paused again, this time fighting back tears during a quiet moment in her otherwise energised set.

After singing Last Time, Becky could be heard telling herself “don’t cry” repeatedly before addressing the audience saying: “This is a truly life-changing moment for me. I get Glastonbury now and I’ll be back every single year as long as I can be.”

Later in the day, the singer took to Instagram resharing clips fans had taken during her set.

Over one clip of her song Last Time, the singer gushed: “Thank you so much to everyone who came and partied with me. Speechless.”

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