Kylie joined by Nick Cave at Glastonbury 2019 performance

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The pair duetted their hit single Where the Wild Roses Grow.

Kylie made her highly-anticipated debut at the Worthy Farm festival today (30 June) – and she was joined by none other than the Bad Seeds frontman Nick Cave. Together, the pair performed their 1995 collaboration Where the Wild Roses Grow.

The Australian star was billed for a performance in 2005 but had to cancel her appearance due to a cancer diagnosis 14 years ago. During the afternoon legends slot on the Pyramid Stage today, she said, “In 2005 I was meant to be here on this very stage and circumstances meant that I didn’t make it. I wish things were different but life is what it is right? We are here together in this moment.”

In 2005, Coldplay covered Kylie’s hit Can’t Get You Out of My Head at Glastonbury. Recalling the moment, Kylie said, “When I was watching, some of the artists covered a couple of my songs, and that is the spirit and gracious nature of Glastonbury and artists and people.” The speech was followed up by a guest appearance from Chris Martin who performed the single with Kylie.