- Publish Date
- Monday, 27 June 2022, 3:56PM
Sir Paul McCartney's fans got more than they bargained for at his Glastonbury show when three very special guests showed up ...
Joining the former Beatle on stage at Worthy Farm in southwest England were the legendary Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and a virtual John Lennon.
Springsteen and McCartney thrilled the crowd of over 200,000 as they performed a duet of the Boss' iconic '80s hit 'Glory Days' and The Beatles' 'I Wanna Be Your Man.'
While Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl joined McCartney marking his first public performance since the death of the band's drummer Taylor Hawkins for 'I Saw Her Standing There' and 'Band on the Run,' receiving a rapturous welcome from the audience.
But the most touching moment came when McCartney reunited virtually with the late John Lennon for a duet of the band's classic song 'I've Got a Feeling.'
As the 80-year-old legend sang the song, footage from the unforgettable 1969 London rooftop performance was worked into the show.
Springsteen and Grohl then returned to the stage to play 'The End,' which was the 36th song of the night and, appropriately, brought the 2-hour 50-minute set to a close.
"Thank you Dave, thank you Bruce, thank you Glasto," McCartney said before leaving the stage.