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Jessie J pleases crowd with Glastonbury set

By and Tom Ayres
Jessie J took to the Other Stage at Glastonbury earlier today and urged festival-goers to celebrate the weekend's improved weather.

The British singer performed several hits from her debut album Who You Are, and dedicated one of her songs to anyone who had fallen over in the mud.

After admitting that she herself had slipped over in the poor weather conditions earlier this week, Jessie J then smeared mud across her face to cheers from the thousands strong crowd.

"It's not raining anymore!" Jessie J shouted to a universal cheer from the audience.

The singer later invited a young girl on stage for a duet of her single 'Price Tag', handing the lucky fan a microphone and inviting her to lead one of the song's choruses.

"This is for all the people who make you feel like crap," Jessie J announced during a performance of album track 'Who's Laughing Now?', which will serve as her next UK single.

Jessie J performs on stage to huge crowds.

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The star later wrote about the set on Twitter, saying: "Just left #glasto what an amazing show!!! So many people came out to watch!!! Loved it! I promised id bring some sun with me ;) (sic).

"Oh and big up shay (my amazing duet girl) who joined my on stage today for #pricetag she rocked it!! Knew every word even started rapping @bobatl bit! #boyyyya."

The Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury tonight will be headlined by Coldplay.

Digital Spy is bringing you news from Glastonbury festival 2011 all weekend - view our guide to the festival and click here to stay abreast of our full coverage

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Watch Jessie J perform 'Who's Laughing Now?' at Glastonbury below:

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