Glastonbury 2015: Sunday as it happened - The Who, Paul Weller, Patti Smith and Lionel Richie provide golden oldie Glasto experience

The most exciting week of the year in Somerset is here again – not going? Experience all the best bits with our live blog

Putty in his hands: Lionel Richie plays Glastonbury
Putty in his hands: Lionel Richie plays Glastonbury

Kanye West proved the haters wrong with a storming headline set at Worthy Farm last night and now it's up to legendary rockers The Who to close the festival in style.

Patti Smith and FKA twigs are among the women getting Somerset on their feet this Sunday while Lionel Richie will fill the slot taken by Dolly Parton last year. Will he draw the same massive crowd that the "9 to 5" singer did?

The latest:

-Lionel Richie proved himself the anti-Kanye

-What happened with Patti Smith invited the Dalai Lama onstage

- The Dalai Lama brands Middle East violence 'unthinkable' during historic first appearance at Glastonbury- How Kanye West proved the haters wrong to win over Worthy Farm
- Kanye West is being an egomaniac before even performing
- Burt Bacharach proves the oldies really are the goodies
- Kanye West finally responds to the petition against his booking
- Jamie Merrill ventures to the infamous Beat Hotel - here's what he made of it
- Bets are already being taken for how long Kanye West's on stage rant will be on Saturday night
- Sun forecast for Saturday after rain on Friday night
- Florence and the Machine really put on a show
- The Libertines prove they still have it in surprise performance
- Stephen Hawking and Azealia Banks cancel Glastonbury appearances
 

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The Independent's reporters and critics will be bringing you the armchair Glastonbury experience throughout this week, plus the best pictures of sodden, miserable and muddy festival-goers to make you glad to be watching it on the telly (and avoiding the cups of wee being hurled around).

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