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Yungblud came onto the stage all guns blazing at this year's Glastonbury, and he was so excited he slapped a kiss right on his guitarist mid-solo.
The 24-year-old singer - real name Dominic Richard Harrison - appeared on the John Peel stage tonight (25 June) where he opened with his song Strawberry Lipstick.
When his guitarist launched into a solo, Yungblud jumped around in his usual fashion before running over to the musician, pulling his face towards his and planting a kiss right on the lips.
After finishing the track, he shouted, "Glastonbury," before saying, "Waited my whole life to say that."
Over on Twitter, the reaction to his set is mixed, with some who aren't sure what to make of it.
"Showing my mum yungblud’s set and she’s so scared," one wrote, while another said, "First time this weekend listening/watching Glasto ... Yungblud is a bit interesting."
A third who had no issues voicing their disdain for him said: "Watching Yungblud and I do not even slightly understand the appeal, he is absolutely unbearable."
First time this weekend listening/watching Glasto ... Yungblud is a bit interesting.— Tony D (@tonypdickinson) June 25, 2022
Others, however, were into his high-energy performance, including this person who simply said: "Smashing it."
A second chimed in: "Yungblud is such a class performer! Absolute tunes #Glastonbury2022."
A third who tagged the singer wrote: "Honestly if you ever get to see him live, jump at the opportunity. It’s a wild show!"
The singer also performed a new song during his set, and the fans were absolutely delighted.
"Omg this new song," said one, with another adding: "Oh new song..... love it already!!"
There were also plenty of comments from people saying they 'feel old' for not knowing who Yungblud is.
If you fall into this camp, let it be known that the indie-rock artist is best known for tracks such as 11 Minutes, Cotton Candy and I Think I'm Okay.
After the release of his debut album back in 2018, he's soared to fame and is performing at one of the biggest festivals in the world along with huge names like Billie Eilish.
Speaking of which, Eilish made history at this year's Glastonbury by becoming the youngest-ever performer headlining the main stage.
The 20-year-old is also the first female headliner at the festival since 2016 when Adele took to the stage.