Glastonbury audiences are delighted with the signing of an enthusiastic sign language interpreter during Foo Fighters’ set on Friday.
While tens of 1,000 music followers flocked to the dignified farm in Somerset to attend the contest, tens of millions stayed at home to watch the action on TV.
And during the rock band’s impactful performance on the Pyramid Stage in an hour-long ‘secret’ slot, followers in residence enjoyed a British Sign Language interpreter.
The girls in question beamed as she drew and knew every phrase she executed with enthusiasm and lovely power.
On Twitter, viewers were quick to reward him for actually doing it, calling him a “hero” who was “the star of the show”.
The better from her! Glastonbury audiences are in awe of a passionate sign language interpreter signing during Foo Fighters’ set on Friday.
Rock on: Followers enjoyed a British Sign Language interpreter in residence during the rock band’s shock performance on the Pyramid Stage during an hour-long ‘secret’ slot.
“The sign language interpreter was a headliner during ‘Foo Fighters,'” said one viewer.
While another admitted: “The sign language lady at #Glastonbury23 about Foo Fighters is amazing.”
“She’s doing great, I don’t even know sign language and I knew what song it was before I turned up the volume,” tweeted a third person.
‘Wow! Go girl! Well done,” was the response of the fourth person.
When you watch Foo Fighters on iPlayer, the star of the show is a lady who speaks sign language. talk about it! This woman is a hero,” added the fifth.
With another addition: “The Foo Fighters sign language girl is unbeatable.”
Three separate girls took on the task of deciphering Foo Fighters songs on BBC iPlayer, but it was clear that this lady was a favourite.
Foo Fighters sent the band into a frenzy after their shocking performance on stage and returned to Glastonbury for the first time due to the death of Taylor Hawkins.
Living her best life: The girls who were looking for a question beamed when she drew and knew every phrase she executed with enthusiasm and excessive force.
You go Woman: The Woman has a stunning efficiency during the rock band’s set
Legends: While tens of 1,000 music fans flocked to a dignified farm in Somerset for the contest, tens of millions stayed at home to watch the action on TV (Dave Grohl and Josh Freese of Foo Fighters)
Huge following: On Twitter, viewers were quick to reward him for actually doing it, calling him a ‘hero’ who was ‘the star of the show’.
The rock ‘n’ roll icons shocked festival-goers when they took to the Pyramid Stage for a massive hour-long setlist that was Friday’s star-studded headliners.
The band’s final appearance at Glastonbury six years ago was their first return to the competition following the tragic death of their drummer Taylor Hawkins in his final year.
Singer Dave Grohl paid tribute to his late and bandmate when he dedicated his final tune Everlong to him in an emotional second.
Taylor was found dead in his luxury lodge room last year from a “cardiovascular collapse” caused by drug use while the band was on tour in Colombia.
Shock: The Foo Fighters rocked the band after they made a shock performance on stage and returned to Glastonbury for the first time due to the death of Taylor Hawkins.
Wow! The rock ‘n’ roll icons shocked festival-goers as they took to the Pyramid Stage for a massive hour-long setlist as Friday’s headliners.
Tragic: The band’s final appearance at Glastonbury six years ago was the first time they had entered the competition again following the tragic death of their drummer Taylor Hawkins (pictured) last year.
Surprising: The venue was held under the alias The Churnups with the hypothesis of who would actually appear on stage, as reality was wrapped in a thriller
The band’s shock appearance on day three of Glastonbury came after a week of hypothesizing about who would be playing the ‘secret’ slot behind the mysterious alias The Churnups.
Fans previously thought the moniker referred to Britpop band Pulp, however the Daily Mail then confirmed that The Foo Fighters could be making the shocking appearance.
The Glastonbury crowd went wild when singer Dave took the stage with a guitar in hand and walked away from the gift.
Both festival-goers and viewers at home took to Twitter to share their shock at the effectiveness of The Foo Fighter’s punch, with some admitting to ‘screaming’ after it hit.