Little Boots: 'I flew back to Glastonbury just to see Blur' – video

Singer returns to festival by helicopter to see headline set

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Little Boots revealed she was so desperate to see Blur's headlining Glastonbury performance that she flew back to the site by helicopter.

Speaking in an NME.COM video interview that you can watch below, the singer explained she had to leave the site after her Glastonbury set, but was determined not to miss Damon Albarn and co.

"I [got] helicoptered in to see Blur," she explained, saying she had to leave the festival to play another gig. "I was like, 'I'll just get a car, it's fine', but I don't mind 'coptering back in to see Blur!"

Watch the full video interview below, then head to NME.COM Glastonbury 2009 index to relive this year's festival now.


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