It seems Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie didn't get the brief for famously laid-back Glastonbury as she rocked up in an eye-catching cut-out playsuit and high heels.
The singer, who performed with her band on the last night of the festival, looked every inch the hip hop diva as she belted out her tunes in the ensemble, which included a black leather corseted top with a revealing bottom half.
Fergie, who is known for having one of the most toned body's in pop, was clearly intent not to be be upstaged by her band's elaborate stage, which was decked out with a giant TV screen doubling as a staircase, DJ booth and bandstand.
As the band came onstage, a series of green lasers shone out over the audience.
They then launched into their hit Let's Get It Started, to huge cheers from excited fans.
However, some of the crowd booed when Black Eyed Peas member Will.I.Am asked, 'What's up, London?' several times.
The band, who performed on the Jazz World Stage at the festival, also paid lengthy tribute to Michael Jackson, who died on June 25, during their headline set.
Also rounding off the festival yesterday, its final day, was Blur frontman Damon Albarn.
He and his Brit pop band brought down the curtain as the final headline act.
They played a set of hits at their first Glastonbury gig since they topped the bill at the Somerset show in 1998.
'It seems like there's been a really, really positive atmosphere here,' Albarn told the crowd.
This year's other headliners included Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.