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Nelly Furtado

Friday afternoon, Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2004

This was the first act we went to see and it was a great start to the music festival. She danced around the stage and was full of energy, which really got the crowd going. She sang popular hits such as I’m Like a Bird as well as new ones and everyone sang along.

I’ve seen her before at Glastonbury and I would definitely do and see her again because she really looks like she’s enjoying herself and having fun, and that’s what makes a live act fantastic!

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