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Olivia Rodrigo dedicates "F --- you" to a Supreme Court judge in a duet with Lily Allen at the Glastonbury Festival

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Olivia Rodrigo brings in surprise guest Lily Allen to sing her 2009 hit "F --- You" at her first Glastonbury Festival on Saturday. Announced that she dedicated her national anthem to the Supreme Court. The judge who voted for overturned the Roe v. Wade case the day before 

. 19-year-old Rodrigo introduced Allen, a "great songwriter and artist," to the stage, saying: It's a very special day. This is actually my first Glastonbury and shares the stage with Lily, who has realized her biggest dream so far. But what happened in America yesterday is just as traumatic.

The decision made by SCOTUS on Friday effectively terminates the approval of the constitutional right to abortion, which has been in effect since 1973, and gives individual states the power to grant it. Is giving. , Completely restrict or prohibit medical practice. 

"The Supreme Court has decided to overturn the Roe v. Wade case, a law that guarantees women's rights to safe abortionand another fundamental human right," Rodrigo said. Told thousands. The number of fans watching her first performance at a large outdoor show.

Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sang Allen's 2009 hit 'F--- You' to the Supreme Court Justices' following Roe v Wade decision

Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen are Allen's 2009 Singing the hit'F --- You will be the judge of the Supreme Court following the Roe v. Wade decision(Joseph Okpako)

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"I'm devastated and scared. This causes many women and many The girl dies. Five members of the Supreme Court who showed us at the end of the day that they really wouldn't give us s --- about freedom. "

Rodrigo Applause echoed to the audience as he spoke to the crowd at Worthy Farm in Southwest England, Somerset, just before sunset.

"This song will be sent to the judgeSamuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh," said the sour singer. .. "We hate you." 

Lily Allen enthusiastically added before throwing the middle finger: "We hate you."

Allen parades the stage with Mike and jumps into a popular national anthem version while singing a dance-pop hit she wrote about former President George W. Bush in 2009. rice field.

Rodrigo and Allen screamed 'we hate you' to the Supreme Court justices before breaking into the song Allen initially wrote for former president George W. Bush in 2009 at Glastonbury on Saturday.

Rodrigo and Allen said, "We hate you. A judge of the Supreme Court before Allen first interrupted the song he wrote for former President George W. Bush in 2009 in Glastonbury on Saturday. (Joseph Okpako)

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Contains lyrics:"Do you get, do you get a little kick from the narrow heart? You're like your father I want to be, that's the approval you're looking for / well, that's not the way you find it. "

" You live a very hateful life Do you really enjoy it? ”Because there is a hole in your soul / you are a little out of control, and you really hate it.

"F --- you (F --- you), f --- you are very, very /'because we hate what you do / and We hate / so don't keep in touch with all of your crew. "

She then posted a video of her performance on Instagram for the next day's show. I looked back.

"It was very overwhelming to go back to the car house and see something like this," she wrote in a story she shared with millions of followers. "Too many emotions. My baby could see a mom killing Glastonbury with her favorite pop star today."

Allen with her daughter Marnie Rose. I share Ethel Mary with my ex-Sam Cooper. She married"Stranger Things" star David Harborin September 2020.

Rodrigo topped Spotify's year-end charts with her song, "driver's license" from her debut studio album, Sour, which earned the most-streamed title with more than 1.1billion listens in 12 months.Her breakup anthem became a cult classic last summer and even inspired a sketch in Saturday Night Live where Pete Davidson and Bowen Yang belted out the hit while playing pool.

Rodrigo has been more than 1.1 billion times in 12 months The song "Driver's License" from the debut studio album "Sour", which recorded the number of views and won the most streamed title, surpassed Spotify's year-end chart. Her disbanded Ansem became a cult classic last summer, inspiring sketches of Pete Davidson and Bowenyan playing hits in the pool on Saturday Night Live. (Jim Dyson)

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"I was really proud of them, and I've been drinking for almost three years under my belt. I'm very happy," she added. The award-winning musicianof

has been nominated for dozens of praises and works as a mental health in addition to her acting career, books and sex toy line 4 I have one album. She and she is a defender of women's empowerment. 

She soon became calm from drugs and alcohol for three years in July and remained frank and honest about her calm journey after years of addiction problems. increase.

Billboard's 2022 Women of the YearRodrigo starred as Peige Olvera in the Disney Channel series "Bizaardvark", with Nini Saraza Roberts at Disney +. "High School Musical: Musical: Series."

She recorded over 1.1 billion views in 12 months and won the most streamed title from her debut studio album Sour's song "Driver's License." "Proof" exceeded Spotify's year-end chart. 

Rodrigo's disbanded national anthem became a cult classic last summer, even inspired by the sketches of Saturday Night Live, who belted out hits while Pete Davidson and Bowenyan were playing in the pool. I gave a ration.

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Billie Eilish performs on the Pyramid main stage at Glastonbury Festival, in Worthy Farm, Somerset, England, Friday, June 24, 2022. 

Billie Eilish will be held on Friday, June 24, 2022 at Worthy Farm in Somerset, England. Perform on the Pyramid Domain Stage at the Glastonbury Festival.  (Joel C Ryan / Invision)

Billie Eilish is the youngest solo artist in history at the festival on Friday night performance. It became a head lining act. Glastonbury did not directly refer to the groundbreaking SCOTUS decision in her name, but dedicated her national anthem "Your Power" to those affected. This song uses the position of power to elaborate on abusive relationships through older men.

"Today is a really, really dark day for American women," 20-year-old Erish told the crowd. "I can't stand thinking about it anymore, so I'll just say that."

Another American act, Phoebe Bridgers, expressed her anger at the ruling. ..

Later, the Bridgers began chanting during the show. 

Longtime healthcare advocates continued: "F --- that shit." F --- America. Like, f --- you. All these irrelevant old mothers will teach us what to do with our bodies.

Tracy Wright is FoxNews Digital's entertainment writer.