Griff appeared to be in her element as she performed on the John Peel Stage during day three of the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset on Friday.
The singer, 21, flashed her midriff in a quirky cream crop top featuring one sleeve which she teamed up with a frilled maxi skirt.
Elsewhere, Sam Fender, 28, kept things casual in a red-and-blue checked shirt, which he layered above a navy shirt and jeans during his gig on the Pyramid Stage.
Looking good: Griff flashed her midriff in a quirky cream crop top and frilled maxi skirt as she performed during day three of Glastonbury Festival in Somerset on Friday
Completing her look with a pair of black shoes and white socks, she soon threw a guitar over her shoulders by its strap as she performed for a crowd of thousands.
The BRIT Award winner certainly seemed to be enjoying himself while belting out her catchy hits for the impressed audience
Meanwhile, TLC – consisting of bandmembers Tionne “T-Gray” Watkins and Rosonda “Chilli” Thomas – took to the West Holts stage.
Edgy: The singer, 21, showcased her unique sense of style in a cream crop top featuring one sleeve which she teamed up with a frilled maxi skirt
Talented: griff soon threw a guitar over her shoulders by its strap as she performed for a crowd of thousands
Having fun: The BRIT Award winner certainly seemed to be enjoying himself while belting out her catchy hits for the impressed audience
Classic: Griff completed her look with a pair of black shoes and white socks
They wowed in futuristic metallic dresses as they belted out their greatest hits.
Elsewhere, Pete Doherty returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines, as the rocker was spotted signing a fan’s arm on arrival to Worthy Farm in Pilton before taking to the stage on Friday.
Renowned for his drug-fueled youth and rocker antics, the 43-year-old guitarist and vocalist returned to the music festival this year after adopting a clean-living lifestyle and moving to France.
A far cry from his bad-boy naughties image, Pete is set to take the stage with bandmates Carl Barât, John Hassall, and Gary Powell.
Quirky: She wore her raven tresses in their signature ponytail
Happy: The Hertfordshire-native threw her arms in the air while beaming from ear-to-ear
What a pair! Meanwhile, TLC – consisting of bandmembers Tionne “T-Gray” Watkins (left) and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas (right) – took to the West Holts stage
Out of this world: They wowed in futuristic metallic dresses as they belted out their greatest hits (Tionne is pictured)
Hot stuff: Rozonda flashed her toned abs in the asymmetrical number while busting her best dance moves
Stunning: Tionne looked incredible as she sang into the microphone
Despite disbanding in 2004, the band reunited in 2020 for a series of shows – and are set to perform together again as the music festival returns for the first time in three years.
Pete was spotted in a navy vest and a pair of shorts, as he leaned in to sign the tatted fan’s arm while on the campsite.
And as he prepares to take the stage again with the Libertines, the musician will debut his new image to the crowd of 200,000 people.
Striking: Sigrid looked chic in a strappy white top with silvery embellishments as she performed in a pair of black jeans
Open up wide: The Norwegian musician belted out her tracks and wowed the festival-goers
What a pair! Neil Finn (left) and Nick Seymour (right) of Crowded House wore contrasting black and white suits for their gig
Having fun! Neil threw his hands up in the air and wore his silver locks in a shaggy hairdo
Commanding attention: Liam Finn sported a quirky green shirt as he performed as part of the rock band
Unmissable: St Vincent commanded attention as she flashed her toned pins in a pair of pink hot pants and a matching athletic zip-up top
Chilly? She later wrapped up in a green sports jacket from the Adidas x Gucci collection
Taking to the Other Stage, often dubbed the NME stage, the Libertines are the first to kick of Glastonbury’s Friday performances – followed on by Kae Tempest.
Kicking off on Wednesday, Glastonbury has already welcomed a string of talent, as Thursday saw former Spice Girl Mel C take the stage in an energetic DJ set.
Fatboy Slim also made his mark in a pink onesie as he hit the decks at the Stonebridge Bar area of the festival, before his son Woody Cook played a set too.
The festival is set to run until Sunday 26 June, with stars such as Sam Fender, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and Noel Gallagher all set to take the stage.
Comeback: Pete Doherty returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines, as the rocker took to the stage on Friday. Mel C held an energetic DJ set on the William’s Green stage
Back at it: Fatboy Slim also made his mark in a pink onesie as he hit the decks at the Stonebridge Bar area of the festival
Like father like son: Woody Cook, who is Fatboy Slim and Zoe Ball’s son, also took his own turn to play a set
Star: Bob Marley’s son Ziggy took to the stage on Friday to perform to the large crowd
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