Katy Perry finished her triumphant Glastonbury set by stage-diving, before stopping to take selfies with fans as she returned to the Pyramid Stage.
The singer finished an energetic set with ‘Roar’ – and ventured into the crowd halfway through the track, where she proceeded to to stage-dive as yellow confetti was blasted out. You can watch footage of the moment below.
Katy Perry crowd surfing at Glastonbury is my favourite thing 💜💖 pic.twitter.com/LywdbRRveF
— Jodie Packwood (@jodiepackwood) June 24, 2017
After the track finished, she was also seen attempting to make her way back to the stage – but stopped several times to take selfies with a crowd of enthusiastic fans.
During the set, she also played recent hit single ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ – which was immediately followed by a chat with the crowd where she failed to recognise the Scottish flag that was being held aloft by one fan.
She said: “I can see all of you. Even that security guard in the neon. Way in the back by that blue flag with the X.”
The hour-long set also saw her recognise the significance of her first Glastonbury performance – asking the crowd if the career milestone meant that she was ‘cool’.
“This makes me feel cool”, she reflected.
“I don’t ever really feel cool. Am I cool yet? What is cool? Who cares, there’s so many people here, I didn’t know if you even liked me.”
Her performance will be followed by The National, who are second billed on the Pyramid Stage – ahead of Foo Fighters headlining.