Beyoncé made music history today by becoming the first female to headline the UK’s prestigious Glastonbury Festival.

Considered a huge honour reserved for rock n roll royalty, the 29-year-old was not only the first woman to top the bill but also one of the first R&B singers to do so.

The 16-time-Grammy winner began her set with Crazy In Love before belting out hits from her three previous solo albums as well as a Destiny’s Child medley and covers of Sex On Fire and At Last.

She also performed songs from her new album 4 including her top 10 Australian hit Run The World (Girls), new single Best Thing I Never Had and album tracks End Of Time and 1+1.

Beyoncé thanked the 100,000 strong crowd for helping her live her dream of becoming a rock star.

Watch Bey belt out a sing-a-long version Best Thing I Never Had, followed by a killer rendition of End Of Time complete with mind-blowing choreography below.

4 is in stores now.

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