American singer Lana del Rey made her Glastonbury debut on Saturday after coming under intense scrutiny following a controversial interview in which she wished "she was dead".
The singer belted out some her hit songs from her album Born to Die and the newly released Ultraviolence , but still managed to upset some viewers for smoking on the Pyramid stage at Worthy Farm.
Cigarette in hand, Del Rey performed her Ultraviolence single "West Coast", "Summertime Sadness", "Body Electric", "Born to Die", "National Anthem", "Ride" and "Blue Jeans" as well as her breakthrough track, "Video Games", and "Young & Beautiful", which featured on the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann's adaption of The Great Gatsby.
Del Rey was recently forced to defend a series of comments in which she described her life as one "f***ed movie" and was quoted as saying "I wish I was dead already".
Female acts to see at Glastonbury
Female acts to see at Glastonbury
1/11 Dolly Parton
Despite being in the music business for over 30 years, Dolly has never performed at a UK festival before
2/11 The Haim
The Haim sisters popped up everywhere at last year's event, performing secret gigs and providing backing vocals for Primal Scream. Watch out for Este's famous 'bass face'. (See them at The Other Stage at 16.25 on Friday)
3/11 Lily Allen
Lily's love for Glastonbury is well-documented so it's no surprise that her comeback tour includes a stop at Worthy Farm. (See her at The Pyramid Stage at 18.30 on Friday)
Lauren Mayberry's faltering between-number chat leaves a lot to be desired. The trio is described by the festival organisers as "Depeche Mode in the early '80s. (The John Peel Stage on Friday at 19.45)
The electro pop duo have evolved considerably in recent years. (See them at West Holts Stage, Saturday at 20.30)
The strong voice of Debbie Harry will be kicking things off relatively early on Friday, with their first gig at Worthy Farm since 1991. (See them at The Other Stage at 12.20 on Friday)
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7/11 Anna Calvi
Anna Calvi has scored Brit Award nominations and made it on to the Mercury Prize shortlist. (See her at The Park Stage at 20.00 on Saturday)
8/11 London Grammar
From left to right: Daniel Rothman, Hannah Reid (lead singer) and Dominic Major of London Grammar. They're perfect alternative if you don't fancy seeing Pyramid Stage headliners Kasabian. (See them at John Peel Stage, 22.10 on Sunday)
9/11 Lykke Li
Swedish singer Lykke Li is one of the top international indie-pop stars of the moment. (See her at The John Peel Stage, Friday at 21.15)
10/11 Beth Orton
Beth Orton made a return last year after a six year hiatus. Her Saturday evening set is the perfect way to chill out during the festival. (See her at Avalon Stage at 20.15 on Saturday)
11/11 Ellie Goulding
Her performance at Glastonbury will follow this year's O2, Wembley and Coachella performances. (See her at The Other Stage, 20.30 on Sunday)
Listing Kurt Cobain as one of her music heroes, the singer also appeared to glamorise the death of the Nirvana frontman, who took his own life at the age of 27, prompting a wave of criticism from fans and Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean, who tweeted "the death of young musicians isn’t something to romanticise".
Born to Die
Young and Beautiful
Recommended for Lana Del Ray fans: Lucy Rose, The Other Stage, Sunday, 1.30pm