F-Bomb Fury and Superhero Team-Ups: Saturday at Glastonbury 2022

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Olivia Rodrigo, Lily Allen, and Megan Thee Stallion say what needed to be said.

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So many women and so many girls are going to die because of this," 19-year-old pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo told her fans on this past Saturday during the Glastonbury festival in England.

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In the wake of news about Supreme Court decisions in the United States, United States Supreme

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The Court's verdict to uphold Roe in vs. Wade still fresh to everyone's minds The California-born artist shared her views on the subject very clearly.

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In concert, when guests Lily Allen joined her Rodrigo sang a duet from the track by Allen " Fuck You" to "the five members of the Supreme Court who have showed us that at the end of the day they don't give a shit about freedom."

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She also identified Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh's name as Allen raised her middle finger to applauding cheers.

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odrigo and Allen were then able to say "we hate you!" before the judges of SCOTUS while the crowd cheered.

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An extremely cathartic moment with a calming major chord.

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Later that daytime, Megan Thee Stallion spoke words in a similar vein.

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"You know I wouldn't be me if I didn't say something about these stupid-ass men," she said.

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and "The Hot girls as well as hot guys are not in support of this bullshit. My body is my choice!"

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Then, she lead the crowd through a call-and-response to the phrase, and then asked all to put their middle fingers in the air for the purpose of "dedicate this shit to these motherfuckers."

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n the course of the evening the main act, Sir Paul McCartney is now able to boast that he is the oldest 

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and also the very first octogenarian to make it to one of the most prominent performers on the bill at the festival.

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"A galaxy of stars" is the way he described the people who were holding their phones in the middle of an old Beatles track, but "when we do a new song, it's a black hole."

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It was another awkward moment where video screens featured an already-recorded piece of music to the tune "My Valentine." 

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The images featured clips of Natasha Portman (cheer!) as well as Johnny Depp

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