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Mark Ronson invites special guest on stage at Glastonbury

Which star made it to the producers Dance Stage East set?

Mark Ronson
Mark Ronson invited a special guest star on stage at his Glastonbury performance tonight (June 23).

The ‘super producer’ brought Daniel Merriweather on stage for Ronson's version of The Smiths ’Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before’ called simply ’Stop Me’.

Merriweather was the only guest to appear, despite rumours going around the site suggesting that Lily Allen - who performed tonight on the Pyramid Stage - and Amy Winehouse, who performed yesterday (June 22), would appear.

On Ronson's album 'Version' Lily Allen sings a cover of Kaiser Chiefs 'Oh My God' and Amy Winehouse does The Zutons 'Valerie'.

Ronson’s DJ set on the Dance Stage East included covers of songs from Radiohead, Coldplay and even Kanye West’s new Daft Punk-sampling single ’Stronger’.

Mark Ronson played:

‘Just’- Radiohead
‘You Know I’m No Good’- Amy Winehouse
‘Toxic’- Mark Ronson
‘God Put A Smile On Your Face’- Coldplay
‘A New England’- Billy Bragg
‘Pretty Green’- Mark Ronson
‘D.A.N.C.E’ – Justice
‘Stronger’- Kanye West
‘Respect’- Aretha Franklin
‘Tears Of A Clown’- Smokey Robinson
‘Stop Me’- Mark Ronson


Meanwhile head to NME.COM/festivals/Glastonbury for news, blogs, pictures and videos live from the festival.

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