Gay friendly acts such as Scissor Sisters, Kylie Minogue and The Pet Shop Boys all performed at Glastonbury in the last two days.
One of the more notable performances came from the Scissor Sisters who were joined onstage by none other than Kylie Minogue, who was greeted by a tumult of roars and cheers as she sauntered to the front of the stage, to join Jake Shears and Ana Matronic in a banging performance of new album track Any Which Way – which received a glowing review from OddOne and is probably one of the group’s most raunchy songs to date.
The performance is a lot of fun to watch as the three singers are clearly having a good time and giving it all their energy. Who knew Kylie could do such a creepily similar impression of Jake Shears falsetto? Both ladies looked absolutely stunning and if I were other ways inclined, I’m sure Shears would look good too. Check out the performance below. I hope this gets second single – or maybe they’ll even add a Kylie feature when sending it off to radio.
The Pet Shop Boys also gave a hypnotic performance of West End Girls. From his vocals to the set up of the stage it’s clear that 55 year old singer Neil Tennant can give just as good a performance as his younger contemporaries. Check out the pitch perfect performance below.