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"We were doing an interview and someone said, ‘you know you’re not supposed to swear – there’s no swearing on Glastonbury,'" Grohl announced on the Pyramid stage."I was like, what the f*ck is that supposed to f*cking mean?
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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl has beaten Adele at her own game, as he led the entire crowd in a chant of "f*ck, f*ck, f*ck" during the band's headline set on Saturday night, all sung to the guitar line of 'Skin and Bones'.
And then I guess, Adele holds the record for the most f*cks in a Glastonbury appearance.
Now I love Adele, but guess what." Adele's headline set last year did, indeed, feature what must be a record-breaking amount of swears; calculated exactly to be 33 swears over the course of a 90-minute set, equalling one swear every 2.7 minutes.
Earlier in the year, he suggested that Trump was so unpopular and disliked that he threatened to stamp out the presidency.
In May, he offered to carry on Alec Baldwin's beloved Saturday Night Live impersonation of the president should he stop performing it.
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