The Teenagers' Glastonbury stage invaded by girls

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The Teenagers' Glastonbury stage invaded by girls
The Teenagers invited fans onstage during their slot on the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury early this afternoon (June 28).

The French pop stars began slowly as sound problems dogged 'Starlett Johansson' and continued until 'French Kiss' became loud enough to get the crowd clapping along.

Frontman Quentin Delafon then jumped down into the pit and began picking out girls from the crowd to dance onstage to 'Homecoming'.

The gang of girls quickly overcame their shyness and took over the show, stealing Delafon's microphone then attempting to rip his top off.

The singer then attempted to introduce final song 'Streets Of Paris', but was thwarted by two girls running back on for a final hug.

The Teenagers played:

'Starlett Johansson'
'Feeling Better'
'Fuck Nicole'
'Love No'
'French Kiss'
'Make It Happen'
'Streets Of Paris'

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