Mark Ronson joined by special guests for V Festival set

Singer also plays Smiths and Radiohead classics at Weston Park

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Mark Ronson was joined by a host of guest stars at the V Festival in Staffordshire this afternoon (August 18).

The DJ teamed up with Phantom Planet singer Alex Greenwald, The Zutons saxophonist Abi Harding, Daniel Merriweather and singer Candie Payne over on the Channel 4 Stage.

The DJ rolled through a series of tracks from his recent album including Smiths cover 'Stop Me', plus Britney Spears track 'Toxic' and The Zutons single 'Valerie'.

He was also joined by Phantom Planet for the Radiohead classic 'Just' and the band's own track 'California'.

The DJ later performed 'One More Chance' with Candie Payne.

He played:

'God Put A Smile Upon Your Face'
'Ooh Wee'
'One More Chance'
'Stop Me'

Head to our full festival index for complete coverage live from both V Festival sites now.

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Plus check out the latest shots from both sites in NME.COM's V Festival2007 photo gallery.

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