Dizzee Rascal is joined by Florence Welch at Glastonbury

Florence And The Machine singer gets onstage with rapper

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Dizzee Rascal was joined by Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch onstage tonight (June 25) at Glastonbury.

The pair performed their recent collaboration single 'You Got The Dirtee Love' during the encore of Dizzee's slot on the Pyramid Stage - playing just below headliners Gorillaz.

Earlier in the set Dizzee, backed by a full live band, played several of his hits including early single 'Fix Up, Look Sharp'. He opened with his James Corden collaboration and recent Number One 'Shout For England', although the actor did not join him onstage.

He showed further support for England's World Cup campaign by sporting a white football shirt with "Dizzee" and the number 10 on the back.

He was later joined by former One True Voice singer Daniel Pearce for 'Dirtee Disco', 'Dance Wiv Me' and 'Holiday'. Dizzee Rascal also rapped the words to 'Stand Up Tall' over Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'.

Following his duet with Welch, he ended the show with a rapturous version of former UK Number One single 'Bonkers'.

Dizzee Rascal played:

'Shout For England'
'Jus' A Rascal'
'Road Rage'
'Can't Tek No More'
'Chillin Wiv Da Man Dem'
'Fix Up, Look Sharp'
'Stand Up Tall'/'Smells Like Teen Spirit'
'Dirtee Disco'
'Dance Wiv Me'
'You Got The Dirtee Love'

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