Johnny Depp joked about assassinating President Donald Trump during an appearance at Glastonbury Festival. The Hollywood actor received a rock star welcome during the event at Cineramageddon - a drive-in cinema situated on the Somerset site. He introduced his 2004 film The Libertine along with film director Julien Temple but began talking about religion and President Trump following questions from the 1,500-strong audience.
David Beckham has spoken of his excitement at attending his first music festival - joining 135,000 revellers at Glastonbury Festival with son Brooklyn . The retired footballer opened Maggie's Farm, a 35-home social housing site on festival land, along with Brooklyn, 18, and festival founder Michael Eavis. He planted a tree in front of homes on the development with Mr Eavis's grandchildren George, six, and Noah, four, before taking a tour of one of the properties.
The gates to Glastonbury Festival have opened – with the weather hotter and security tighter than usual. Temperatures at the 900-acre Somerset site had reached 23C (73.4F) by 8.30am and there was no sign of the infamous Glastonbury mud. Forecasters have predicted it could reach 30C (86F) on Wednesday – making it the hottest day in the event’s history. The festival, hosting a population of 200,000, is being headlined by Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran.
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Selecting a term
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