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Paloma Faith calls out those criticising female stars who played Glastonbury

OHMYGOSSIP — Paloma Faith has hit out at the “way people criticised the women” who performed at Glastonbury this year.
The ‘Only Love Can Hurt Like This’ hitmaker – who played the Pyramid Stage on Sunday (30.06.24) after fears she could pull out due to illness – has demanded people give “women a goddamn break” after comments were made about the female headliners, including accusations that Friday night (28.06.24) headliner Dua Lipa, 28, was miming and Sunday night (30.06.24) closer SZA, 34, not drawing in a huge crowd and being the wrong choice.
The 42-year-old pop star wrote in a lengthy rant on her Instagram Story on Monday morning (01.07.24): “The way people criticise the women who performed @glastofest online is absolutely appalling.
“Personally, I watched women perform my fave shows of Glastonbury @littlesimz @janellemonae @sza and @dualipa were my faves for entertainment power and talent that I managed to catch this year and Janelle’s speech about marginalised communities got me in the heart.
“I think people need to understand that women are not on stage to be ridiculed and shamed we are there in all our female boss b**** power and we stand by one another. I want you all to know we read your comments and we absorb them and they aren’t good for our spirits. SO GIVE WOMEN A GODDAMN BREAK (sic)”
Dua hit back by simply insisting: “I do not mime.”
SZA, meanwhile, admitted she “faced” her “fears” about fronting the Pyramid Stage.



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