Paul McCartney’s Headlining Gig at the Glastonbury Festival included Dave Grohl. . . and John Lennon

People are losing their minds over PAUL MCCARTNEY’s headlining set at the Glastonbury Festival in the U.K. this weekend.

80-year-old Paul played 38 songs over THREE HOURS, and had three major guest stars:  DAVE GROHLBRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, and . . . JOHN LENNON.

Grohl came out and joined Paul on “I Saw Her Standing There” and Band on the Run.

Then Bruce hit the stage, and they sang HIS hit “Glory Days”, followed by the BEATLES classic “I Wanna Be Your Man”.

Possibly the true highlight of the show was a virtual duet with Lennon on “I’ve Got a Feeling” . . . which he’s also been doing on tour.

The only thing some people were less than enthusiastic about was a virtual appearance by JOHNNY DEPP.  When Paul played his 2012 song “My Valentine”, clips from the video aired, featuring Depp and NATALIE PORTMAN.

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