Cate Blanchett became the queen of the Glastonbury Festival after giving an amazing dance performance on Friday night.
The Australian superstar, 54, sent fans into a frenzy as he showed off his quirky moves on the park stage at the annual music event.
The Oscar winner reprized her role with the band Sparks in the music video for their song The Girl Is Crying in Her Latte.
She wore the same striking custard yellow trouser suit and white loafers in the video and repeated her unusual shapes.
He wore the suit over a black shirt, buttoned up to his neck.
Guest of honour: Cate Blanchett became Queen of Glastonbury Festival after performing a surprise dance on Friday night
Dancing Queen: Australian superstar sends fans into frenzy as she flaunts her quirky moves on park stage
Surprise! Kate wowed fans with her animated moves, earning a thunderous ovation from the crowd in attendance.
The Carol star paired the outfit with large cat-eye green sunglasses and trendy red headphones.
Kate’s presence before the band set managed to keep the festival audience a surprise.
Sparks singer Russell Mel introduced the actress on stage to kick off their Friday set, telling the audience she had ‘a super special treat’ for them.
He told the crowd: ‘Hopefully a lot of you know we have a brand new album, it just came out a few weeks ago.
He continued: ‘We have a super special treat tonight.
‘We recently did a video for this song and we were honored to have the great actor Cate Blanchett join us – where are you Cate Blanchett?’
The Tár hero then appeared on stage to an explosive applause and proceeded to throw some serious and energetic shapes.
He didn’t say a word before or after the performance but he did take a moment to hug one of his bandmates.
Recurring role: The Oscar winner performed with the band Sparks, reprising her role in the music video for their song The Girl Is Crying in Her Latte
Striking: In the video he wore the same striking yellow trouser suit and white loafers and repeated his unusual shapes.
AG: The Carol star paired the dress with large cat-eye green sunglasses and trendy red headphones.
Surprise guest: Sparks singer Russell Mel introduced the actress on stage to start their Friday set, telling the audience she had ‘a super special treat’ for them
Show-Stealer: The Tár hero then appeared on stage to an explosive applause and threw some serious and energetic shapes.
Fans are absolutely impressed with the performance of the Australian producer.
One wrote: ‘Good morning just to Cate Blanchett.’
Another wrote: ‘Obsessed with the girl who is Cate Blanchett.’
One Sparks fan exclaimed: ‘Cate Blanchett is insanely jealous of everyone who sees it. [doing the dance] Show live.’
One Twitter user said: ‘Just the iconic Cate Blanchett performing at Glastonbury.’
One fan addressed the blonde beauty: ‘Cate Blanchett you are the moment.’
Sparks is made up of brothers Ron and Russell Mel who have previously explained that they met Cate Blanchett in Paris at the César Awards a few years ago.
‘We met Cate Blanchett in Paris at the Cesar Awards, little did we know that a year later one of the great actors of our time – and a great person – would graciously agree to lend her booty-shaking skills to the first video for our new album. ,’ they said earlier.
While it was a welcome surprise, disaster struck another set on Friday night as Arctic Monkeys were reportedly forced to cancel their headline show amid concerns from a fan.
The band took to Worthy Farm’s iconic Pyramid Stage for a 90-minute set, which was criticized by fans for being ‘boring’ as they seemingly ‘slowed down’ many of their hits.
However, the performance was stopped by the band to allow a fan to be helped after members of the crowd begged for medical help.
It was reported that festival-goers used their mobile phones to flag down stewards so they could help fans in trouble.
However, lead singer Alex Turner and the rest of the band stopped their performance briefly to help the poor man efficiently.
Warm hugs: He didn’t say a word before or after the performance but did take a moment to hug one of his bandmates
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Fateful meeting: Sparks is made up of brothers Ron and Russell Mel who have previously explained that they met Cate Blanchett in Paris at the César Awards a few years ago
Grateful: Band praise producer for ‘graciously lending his booty-shaking skills’
Elsewhere in Glastowe: Disaster struck another set on Friday night as Arctic Monkeys were reportedly forced to stop their headline show amid concerns from a fan.
An eyewitness to the event told The Mirror: There was a moment last night on the ‘Arctic Monkeys’ set where they dramatically stopped the gig after a fan fell ill.
‘Festival goers about 40 meters deep from the stage screamed, and frantically waved mobile phone lights, to attract the attention of stewards who rushed into the crowd to help.
‘The band briefly paused their set so stewards could deal with the situation before resuming.’
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Arctic Monkeys for comment.
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