By Gemma Peplow, arts and entertainment reporter
Stormzy's history-making Glastonbury set was a hard act to follow – but The Killers proved they were worthy with a memorable show featuring fireworks, surprise guest appearances and a Mr Brightside finale.
The US rock band, headlining the Pyramid Stage for the second time after their debut 12 years ago, brought on the Pet Shop Boys and "guitar hero" Johnny Marr as part of their Saturday night closing performance.
The Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe sang their cover of Elvis Presley's You Are Always On My Mind, before joining Flowers for a rendition of Killers favourite Human.
Marr, the much revered former Smiths guitarist who had earlier played his own slot on the Other Stage, performed This Charming Man, with Killers frontman Brandon Flowers standing in for Morrissey.
The headline gig followed Liam Gallagher, who performed a set which included some of his new solo material, but was mainly about giving Oasis fans the band's biggest hits.
After starting with Rock 'n Roll Star, Morning Glory, Slide Away and Wonderwall all made the set-list.
Gallagher took a couple of veiled jabs at estranged brother Noel, who he has a strained relationship with following Oasis' acrimonious split in 2009, but otherwise it was a fairly uncontroversial set from the man known for his outbursts.
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He finished by dedicating Champagne Supernova to the "one and only" Keith Flint, who died earlier this year.