Amy Winehouse pays tribute to legend at Glastonbury

The diva also plays Zutons song for festival crowd

Amy Winehouse has payed tribute to soul legend Sam Cooke at Glastonbury 2007 today (June 22).

Winehouse did a cover of the classic ‘Cupid’ by the star.

She introduced the track by saying: “It’s the first time we’ve played this.”

Winehouse introduced her version of The Zutons ’Valerie’ by saying: “This is another special tune.”

There was also a bizarre incident when a member of the crowd handglided across the stage during the set, to wild cheers from the crowd.

She played:

‘Addicted’

‘Just Friends’

‘Tears Dry On Their Own’

‘He Can Only Hold Her’

‘Cherry’

‘Back To Black’

‘Wake Up Alone’

‘Love Is A Losing Game’

‘Fuck My Pumps’

‘Hey Little Girl’

‘I’m No Good’

‘Rehab’

‘Cupid’

‘Monkey Man’

‘Valerie’

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