20 years after playing with The Smiths, Moz returns...

MORRISSEY has returned to GLASTONBURY 20 years after appearing there with THE SMITHS.

As the mud took hold once more, the former Smiths vocalist continued his rehabilitation with a triumphant second-headline performance on the Pyramid Stage before Muse tonight (June 28).

Although the singer hasn’t been back to Worthy Farm since playing with The Smiths in 1984, Morrissey’s arrival was greeted with one of the biggest cheers of the weekend.

Never one to miss a moment of drama, Morrissey bantered to the crowd: “I bet you all feel disgusting. But don’t worry, I feel like that every day. But not from mud, psychologically of course.”

In keeping with his recent shows, Moz played a clutch of Smiths songs in ‘The Headmaster Ritual’, ‘Shakespeare’s Sister’ and the anthem ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’.

Before the show, the star told NME.COM of his festival season: “I’ve never done anything like it before, so it’s bound to be a complete disaster.”

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