Kylie Minogue cried out in Glastonbury when she remembered how she missed a speech at the festival 14 years after she diagnosed breast cancer.
The 51-year-old Australian singer was to take the title of the event in 2005, but was forced to refuse treatment.
But on Sunday, Minogue took on the Pyramid scene for her first full set on the event – where she was briefly joined by Coldplay star Chris Martin.
We can not pull her out of her head
Legendary @kylieminogue right now, on the Pyramid scene, who is watching? ✨
– BBC Radio 1 (@ BBCR1) June 30, 2019
The telescope told the audience: "In 2005, I had to be here.
"The circumstances meant that I did not do it.
"I wanted everything to be different, but life is what it is."
"We are all together at this moment," she added.
Minogue said that this was one of the moments when she "understood not only this story but also our history" when she gestured the crowd.
"Thirty plus years together," said a former star of the neighbors.
The singer said in 2005 when she missed the festival, and instead watched her at home.
She said: "Some artists covered some of my songs, and this is the spirit and mercy of Glastonbury."
Minogue then invited the Coldplay star Chris Martin to join her on the stage where they performed her hit "Can not pull you out of my head."
The singer performed a mix of old and new hits, including "Especially for you", "Locomotive" and "Love at first glance".
She also congratulated Nick Cave on stage for her single "Where Where Wild Wild Roses Grow".
– Press Association