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Diana Ross is an American singer, entertainer and actress.
She is known as the queen of disco music having released some absolute classics over the years, including the infamous track “I’m Coming Out” (1980).
The artist was also a member of one of Motown’s biggest female vocal groups, The Supremes, who had multiple hit singles including “You Can’t Hurry Love” (1966) and “Baby Love” (1964) which have stood the test of time.
After a music career which has spanned 65 years, Ross has already gone down in history as one of the greats, and even received praise from no other than Barack Obama for her contribution to America’s iconic sound in 2016.
Now aged 78, Ross is set to make her debut to Glastonbury Festival on its iconic Pyramid Stage, 2 years after she was expected to perform at the festival in 2020, which was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
But, what time can fans expect to see her perform?
The American singer will be performing on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday between 16:00 and 17:15, shortly followed by Manchester rock band, Elbow, and electropop sensation Lorde.
If you won’t be attending the festival in person this year, you can still catch Diana Ross’ performance by tuning into BBC One between 18:45 and 20:00.
However, you can also watch all of Glastonbury Festival’s 2022 performances on BBC iPlayer if you happen to miss it!
Despite Diana Ross selling millions of copies of her feel-good music, she is not the headliner for Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage on Sunday, which is a testament to the impressive fame of the artists who have made the lineup.
So, who else will be performing alongside Diana Ross on Sunday?
Kendrick Lamar: 21:45 - 23:15
Lorde: 19:30 - 20:45
Elbow: 17:45 - 18:45
Diana Ross: 16:00 - 17:15
Herbie Hancock: 14:00 - 15:00
Dakhabrakha: 12:45 - 13:30
Black Dyke band: 11:30 - 12:15
Considering Glastonbury’s star-studded lineup this year, festival-goers might face the difficult reality of having to choose which artists to watch live, as multiple performances will be taking place across all of Glastonbury’s 100 stages.
The Irish post-punk band, Fontaines D.C, will be performing at the same time as Diana Ross on the Other Stage between 16:30 and 17:30, posing a challenge to fans who love the classics, but are also into more alternative tunes.
But, fans of American internet sensation Clairo, who rose to fame after posting videos of her singing on YouTube, will not be disappointed.
There is only a 30 minute overlap between the end of Clairo’s set on the John Peel Stage, which finishes at 16:30, and the beginning of Diana Ross’ set at 16:00.
So, if you’re desperate to see both, you might be able to catch them just in time!
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