Monday 27 June 2022 01:18 AM Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing her hit F**k You in front of Glastonbury ... trends now

Monday 27 June 2022 01:18 AM Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing her hit F**k You in front of Glastonbury ... trends now
Monday 27 June 2022 01:18 AM Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing her hit F**k You in front of Glastonbury ... trends now

Monday 27 June 2022 01:18 AM Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing her hit F**k You in front of Glastonbury ... trends now

Olivia Rodrigo brought special guest Lily Allen on stage during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday to sing Lily's 2009 hit F**k You in response to the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade.

American singer Olivia, 19, took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she was 'devastated and terrified' by the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US, meaning individual states could decide whether abortion can be made illegal.

Meanwhile, Green Day star Billie Joe Armstrong proclaimed 'f**k America' and claimed he was 'renouncing his citizenship' during a Friday night concert in London, saying: 'There's too much f***ing stupid in the world.'

Bold statement: Olivia Rodrigo, 19, brought special guest Lily Allen, 37, on stage during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday to sing Lily's 2009 hit F**k You in response to the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade

Bold statement: Olivia Rodrigo, 19, brought special guest Lily Allen, 37, on stage during her Glastonbury performance on Saturday to sing Lily's 2009 hit F**k You in response to the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade

Furious: Green Day star Billie Joe Armstrong (pictured Friday in London) proclaimed 'f**k America' and claimed he was 'renouncing his citizenship' in wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn federal abortion protections

Furious: Green Day star Billie Joe Armstrong (pictured Friday in London) proclaimed 'f**k America' and claimed he was 'renouncing his citizenship' in wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn federal abortion protections

Olivia said: 'I'm devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and so many women and girls are going to die because of this and I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court who showed us at the end of the day they truly don't give a s*** about freedom.'

After her words prompted huge applause from the audience, Olivia went on to address the Supreme Court justices individually, saying: 'This song goes out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh.'

Fellow pop star Lily, 37, was seen giving the middle finger as she stood on stage, before saying: 'We hate you guys!' as the pair launched into the expletive-filled song. 

Lorde also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday, saying to a cheering crowd: 'Welcome to sadness. The temperature is unbearable until you face it.

'Wanna hear a secret girls? Your bodies were destined to be controlled and objectified since before you were born.

Duet: The pair made their message clear as they performed on stage together

Duet: The pair made their message clear as they performed on stage together

Saddened: American singer Olivia took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she was 'devastated and terrified' by the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US

Saddened: American singer Olivia took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she was 'devastated and terrified' by the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US

Speech: Lorde also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday, saying to a cheering crowd: 'Welcome to sadness. The temperature is unbearable until you face it'

Speech: Lorde also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday, saying to a cheering crowd: 'Welcome to sadness. The temperature is unbearable until you face it' 

'That horror is your birthright. But here's another secret. You possess strength. That wisdom is also your birthright.

'I ask you today to make exercising that wisdom your life's work because everything depends on it. F*** the Supreme Court.'

The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by deciding to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand back power to individual states to decide whether or not to permit the procedure.  

Speaking out: Olivia spoke out while performing at Glastonbury on Saturday where she was joined by Lily who shared her views

Speaking out: Olivia spoke out while performing at Glastonbury on Saturday where she was joined by Lily who shared her views

Speaking out: Olivia (left) spoke out while performing at Glastonbury on Saturday where she was joined by Lily (right) who shared her views

Carrying a message: Olivia and Lily ensured the crowd hear their views as they stood on stage, with the audience offering a huge round of applause

Carrying a message: Olivia and Lily ensured the crowd hear their views as they stood on stage, with the audience offering a huge round of applause

Having fun: They looked like they were having a great time together as well as delivering the important message

Having fun: They looked like they were having a great time together as well as delivering the important message 

The justices held that the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that allowed abortions performed before a fetus would be viable outside the womb - between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy - was wrongly decided because the U.S. Constitution makes no specific mention of abortion rights.

The ruling means that individual states now have the power to decide on whether to ban abortion. The Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research group, has said that 26 states are 'certain or likely' to ban abortion now.

The decision means that women with unwanted pregnancies in large swathes of America will now face the choice of traveling to another state where the procedure remains legal and available, buying abortion pills online or having a potentially dangerous illegal abortion.  

Speaking out: She said: 'I’m devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and so many women and girls are going to die because of this and I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court'

Speaking out: She said: 'I'm devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and so many women and girls are going to die because of this and I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court' 

Pleasing her audience: Driver's License hitmaker Olivia whipped the crowd into a frenzy as she leapt around the stage, wearing a pair of black fishnet stockings and some chunky-souled leather boots to go with her outfit

Olivia was seen sitting at the piano as she performed during her set at Glastonbury, which returned this year for the first time in three years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Strong beliefs: Olivia said she believed the Supreme Court justices 'showed us at the end of the day they truly don't give a s*** about freedom'

In an address at the White House, President Joe Biden said it was 'a sad day for the court and the country' and called the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade - and making terminations illegal for millions of American women - 'wrong, extreme and out of touch'.

Accusing the court of 'expressly taking away a constitution right that is so fundamental to so many Americans', Biden vowed the fight over abortion rights 'is not over' and said his administration will do everything in its power to combat efforts to restrict women from travelling to other states to obtain abortions.

It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it was a 'dark day for women' following the US Supreme Court's decision as she headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday night.

Background: The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by overturning the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand back power to individual states to decide whether to permit abortions

Background: The Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by overturning the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and hand back power to individual states to decide whether to permit abortions

Pals: Olivia and Lily hugged on stage after their performance together

Pals: Olivia and Lily hugged on stage after their performance together

Fashionista: Lily looked great in her full Chanel outfit

Glowing: She was radiant

Fashionista: Lily looked great in her full Chanel outfit

Close: They were getting on great while on stage

Close: They were getting on great while on stage

Performance: Lily is a festival favourite and looked in her element on the stage

Performance: Lily is a festival favourite and looked in her element on the stage

Singer: She belted out her iconic hit on stage

Singer: She belted out her iconic hit on stage 

In good spirits: She looked like she was enjoying every moment on the stage

Stylish lady: Lily looked great

In good spirits: She looked like she was enjoying every moment on the stage

Making a statement: The pair made thier feelings clear on the ruling while on stage

Making a statement: The pair made thier feelings clear on the ruling while on stage

Billie cursed the 'old' Supreme Court justices 'who try to tell us what to do with our bodies' after admitting she'd had a real [expletive] day upon learning of the ruling'.

Olivia wore a purple, black and gold mini skirt and a lavender and white bra top which left her midriff on show during her gig on Saturday.

Driver's License hitmaker Olivia whipped the crowd into a frenzy as she leapt around the stage, wearing a pair of black fishnet stockings and some chunky-souled leather boots to go with her outfit. 

Emotional: It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it's been a 'dark day for women' following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V Wade, as she took to the stage at the Glastonbury Festival on Friday

Emotional: It comes after Billie Eilish admitted it's been a 'dark day for women' following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V Wade, as she took to the stage at the Glastonbury Festival on Friday

Devastating: The singer told the crowd she 'couldn't bear to think about' the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US, meaning individual states could decide whether abortion can be made illegal

Devastating: The singer told the crowd she 'couldn't bear to think about' the ruling which ended the constitutional right to abortion in the US, meaning individual states could decide whether abortion can be made illegal

She wore a pair of of half-length detached sleeves in the same material as her skirt and wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty facial features.

Pop star Olivia's top featured a plunging neckline and had wrap around ribbons of material which hung down to her front. 

Her garment featured keyhole detail at the front and she wore a glistening gold statement necklace. 

Making music: For some songs she sat and played the piano, while for others she perched on top of the instrument to sing to her fans

Making music: For some songs she sat and played the piano, while for others she perched on top of the instrument to sing to her fans

Living the dream: Olivia basked in the sunshine as she stood on stage at Glastonbury which has returned for the first time in three years after the Covid pandemic

Living the dream: Olivia basked in the sunshine as she stood on stage at Glastonbury which has returned for the first time in three years after the Covid pandemic

The star could be seen whipping her long brunette hair through the air and smiling as she performed with her band behind her on stage.

For some songs she sat and played the piano, while for others she perched on top of the instrument to sing to her fans.

Also performing at the festival was fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a chic white dress with matching gloves.

Born to perform: Also performing at the festival was fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a chic white dress with matching gloves

She sported a funky spiked hairdo as she performed on the West Holts Stage at the festival

Born to perform: Also performing at the festival was fellow singer Celeste, 28, who wore a chic white dress with matching gloves

Dressed to impress: Her dress featured a low cut Bardot neckline and her naked upper arms and shoulders were left exposed to the air

Dressed to impress: Her dress featured a low cut Bardot neckline and her naked upper arms and shoulders were left exposed to the air

In the detail: The star wore lashings of dark eye make-up and wore a pair of large green hoop statement earrings

In the detail: The star wore lashings of dark eye make-up and wore a pair of large green hoop statement earrings

In the detail: The star wore lashings of dark eye make-up and wore a pair of large green hoop statement earrings 

Greeting her audience: Celeste could be seen dancing as she looked out across the crowd at Glastonbury

Greeting her audience: Celeste could be seen dancing as she looked out across the crowd at Glastonbury

Her dress featured a low cut Bardot neckline and her naked upper arms and shoulders were left exposed to the air. 

She sported a funky spiked hairdo as she performed on the West Holts Stage at the festival.

The star wore lashings of dark eye make-up and wore a pair of large green hoop statement earrings. 

Family: Haim - sisters Este, Danielle (pictured), and Alana Haim - put on an energetic display as they performed on the famous Pyramid Stage

Lead vocalist Danielle, 33, wore a black bikini top and a pair of edgy leather trousers as she performed in the sun

Family: Haim - sisters Este, Danielle (pictured), and Alana Haim - put on an energetic display as they performed on the famous Pyramid Stage

Animated: Her sister Alana put in an impressive effort as she played drums during the performance which drew huge crowds

Animated: Her sister Alana put in an impressive effort as she played drums during the performance which drew huge crowds

Meanwhile, Haim - sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim - put on an energetic display as they performed on the famous Pyramid Stage.

Lead vocalist Danielle, 33, wore a black bikini top and a pair of edgy leather trousers as she performed in the sun.

Her sister Alana put in an impressive effort as she played drums during the performance which drew huge crowds. 

Back in action: Glastonbury has seen huge crowds return this year after the music and arts festival took a break for three years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Back in action: Glastonbury has seen huge crowds return this year after the music and arts festival took a break for three years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Green Day star Billie Joe Armstrong proclaimed 'f**k America' and claimed he was 'renouncing his citizenship' in wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn federal abortion protections.

Armstrong, 50, made the declaration during a Friday night concert in London, telling the audience: 'There's too much f***ing stupid in the world.'

He also told the crowd he was going to move to the UK, a statement that was met with roaring applause.

Armstrong's remarks came as protests erupted across the U.S. after the conservative-majority high court voted to overturn the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade, which held that abortion fell under the constitutional right to privacy.

The American Idiot hitmaker has repeatedly used his musical platform to protest politicians and alleged injustices. 

At a show earlier this month, he performed in front of a backdrop that read 'f**k Ted Cruz' in an effort to take aim at the GOP senator from Texas. He previously called out former President Donald Trump for 'holding half the country hostage' and devoted an entire album to criticizing former President George W. Bush and the Iraq War. 

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Strong views: Armstrong made the declaration during a Friday night concert in London (pictured), telling the audience: 'There's too much f***ing stupid in the world'

Strong views: Armstrong made the declaration during a Friday night concert in London (pictured), telling the audience:

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