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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Pictured: Revelers enjoy the Glastonbury Festival on the second day

Glastonbury rocks to vocals from Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar this weekend, but it was the sound of laughter that filled the air as the sun shone for two days of the famous festival.

Warned that blue skies could soon turn into thunderclouds, people took part in a laughter yoga workshop at Healing Field on Worthy Farm in Somerset Thursday morning.

It came when Emily Eavis, co-organizer, thanked festivalgoers for their commitment to participation, saying that she thought “the best people in the world come here”.

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Festival goers take part in a Laughter Yoga Workshop at Healing Field during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset (Eui Mock/PA)

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Laughter yoga involves prolonged voluntary laughter (Yui Mok/PA).

As people continued to arrive for the musical extravaganza, including on trains hampered by yet another strike, some felt the sun was too hot and swapped their summer clothes for birthday suits.

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Left to right: Becky Moriarty, Jared Hill and Rory Leighton at Paddington Station in London on the way to Glastonbury (Ashley Ruggels/PA)

Others have replaced their tops with strategically placed unicorns, ducks and petals.

The more modest still managed to shine with a variety of bizarre headdresses.

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Some revelers wore fancy headdresses to celebrate the return of Glastonbury. (Yui Mok/PA)

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Don Allaway of Kent (Yui Mok/PA)

Many enjoyed the good weather while they could.

Thunderstorms will hit much of southern England on Thursday afternoon, a Met Office forecaster said.

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The sun was hot on Thursday morning (Yui Mok/PA)

This means that players may be forced to change their sunscreen for umbrellas and the weather will turn from “wall-to-wall sun” and high temperatures like Thursday morning to “heavy thunderstorms”.

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Festival goers walk past a Michael Eavis sign (Yui Mok/PA)

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Laughter yoga is based on the idea that it provides the same physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter (Yui Mok/PA).

By the end of the weekend, we could see some pretty traditional footage of rubber-booted revelers wading through the mud, with light showers predicted Friday and Saturday, with more rain on Sunday.

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Revelers may be forced to take cover if storm clouds gather as expected (Yui Mok/Pennsylvania)

Former Beatles star Sir Paul will be the oldest solo headliner when he performs on Saturday, a week after his 80th birthday, and Bad Boys singer Eilish, 20, will be the youngest when she takes the stage on Friday night.

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