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Kenny Rogers 'thrilled' to be performing at Glastonbury

1 July 2013 Last updated at 02:22 BST

This year's Glastonbury Festival closed with a performance by Mumford and Sons on the Pyramid stage.

The event's founder Michael Eavis has already declared last night's concert by the Rolling Stones on the same stage to be "the high spot" in its 43 year history.

The Sunday afternoon "Glastonbury legend" slot - which has played host to the likes of Shirley Bassey and Johnny Cash - was filled by country star Kenny Rogers.

Entertainment correspondent Lizo Mzimba reports.

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