Rita Ora looks incredible in racy corset during surprise Glastonbury performance with Fatboy Slim | The Sun

RITA Ora looked amazing as she hit the stage for a surprise appearance during Fatboy Slim’s set at Glastonbury last night.

The singer, 32, joined the DJ on the Park Stage and started belting out  her hit Praising You, which Norman Cook features on.

Looking amazing, Rita wore a corseted mini dress, which showed off her long legs as she ran around the stage.

It comes after The Pretenders treated fans to a star-studded Glastonbury set which featured guest appearances from Johnny Marr and Dave Grohl, as well as a greeting from Sir Paul McCartney.

The US-British rock band were a surprise addition to the Park Stage's Saturday line-up, only announcing their 7.45pm slot at Worthy Farm earlier this week.

After the rock band rolled through hits from their back catalogue, they reunited on stage with The Smiths' musician Marr, who had a spell in the rock band in the late 1980s.

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Ahead of introducing him, frontwoman Chrissie Hynde said: "Glastonbury has so many memories but my favourite is seeing my guitar heroes."

She noted that their guitarist James Walbourne was one and Marr was another.

Marr joined them for a rendition of hits including Back On The Chain Gang and Don't Get Me Wrong.

The rockers shocked the crowd further as they brought the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on for the end of their set.

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Meanwhile, festival goers were also left shocked as Domino’s trialled a world first jet suit pizza delivery to Worthing farm.

Domino's launched the world-first trial from its store in Glastonbury partnering with Jet Suit giants, Gravity Industries, to coincide with the town opening its doors for this year’s music extravaganza, which sees the original rocket man, Elton John –  headline tonight.

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