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Tuesday 21 October 2014

Millie doubts festival facilities

Millie Mackintosh is enjoying her first Glastonbury Festival
Rita Ora gave a sizzling performance in the sunshine
John Bishop is among the celebrities enjoying the sunny festival

Millie Mackintosh confessed she was worried about missing home comforts as she attended her first Glastonbury Festival with fiance Professor Green.

The Made In Chelsea star was there to support the musician as he performed on the Pyramid stage, accompanied by her parents, and looking the part in a floral garland and leather hotpants teamed with a khaki top.

Millie said: "I'm enjoying the hippy vibe. It's the biggest and the best festival. I'm not looking forward to the lack of a hairdryer, though."

Professor Green could barely contain his excitement about his performance.

"I was like a kid on Christmas Eve last night. Everyone's here for the same reason - to have a good time.

"This is the first time my gig's on a Friday and it means I can get on stage, get off stage, then get stuck into what Glastonbury's all about."

Rita Ora brought a touch of glamour to Pyramid Stage in a red fringed outfit as the sun blazed over the revellers during the afternoon.

She performed hits We Run the Night and Hot Right Now, telling fans: "We're here to celebrate music today, am I right?

"Thank you so much for having me here. Are you feeling a bit hot out there?"

Other stars backstage included opera singer Katherine Jenkins, Bridesmaids actor Chris O'Dowd, his wife Dawn O'Porter and presenter Caroline Flack.

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