Fans of Billie Eilish showered the singer with praise after her top-notch performance in Glastonbury history, as she gave an electric performance at the festival’s famous Pyramid Theater.
However, some could not help but express their disappointment when Harry Styles did not appear, following rumors that he would be a surprise guest.
Harry, 28, recently stunned his fans during the Love On Tour event, last weekend’s match at Wembley Stadium, London.
There has been much speculation that the hit maker of Watermelon Sugar was going to join Billie, 20, during the Glastonbury group, as she was accompanied on stage by her brother Finneas and she sang songs including Bad Guy, Happier Than Ever and Your Power.
However, there was nowhere to be seen – and many Harrys are critical of whoever made them think he would show up.
Regardless of who came up with the rumor that Harry would be joining Billy at Glastonbury, I hope both sides of your pillow are warm tonight. [sic]One person tweeted.
Another person said: “I don’t watch the entire Glastonbury set of Billie Eilish because Harry Styles was rumored to appear and then not.
One fan – who failed to acknowledge how incredibly famous Billie is worldwide per se – remarked: “Thousands of people just watched The Billie Eilish Show just to see if Harry Styles gets on with what life is.”
Another person wondered how Harry and Billy’s collaboration would play out, writing: “All of Harry’s upcoming styles with Billie Eilish are wild rumours! What would they even sing!!!?
While we’d love to watch Harry and Billy tear up the stage together, watching Billy put in an excellent performance on her own was an eye-opening sight.
During her performance, the singer took many opportunities to encourage her fans to try to have as much fun as possible.
However, things took a more serious turn when the Grammy Award winner addressed the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision on Friday, a major setback for the abortion rights movement.
When she introduced her song Your Power, she explained that the song is about the concept of power and those who abuse it.
She continued, “The song we’re going to do is I think one of my favorite songs we wrote about the concept of strength and how we should always remember how not to abuse it.
“And today is really a really, really dark day for women in the States. I’m only going to say that because I can’t bear to think about it any more at the moment.
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