'F**k the Supreme Court!' Lorde slams controversial Roe v Wade ruling on abortion during Glastonbury performance as leotard-clad singer tells fans 'it's good to be back'

Lorde told fans it was 'good to be back' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival on Sunday in Somerset.

The singer, 25, looked sensational as she debuted her gorgeous new blonde hair, while slipping her toned physique into a tight mauve leotard.

She also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' over its ruling on Roe v Wade, which formerly protected a pregnant woman's freedom to have an abortion.

Here she is! Lorde told fans it was 'good to be back' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival on Sunday in Somerset

Here she is! Lorde told fans it was 'good to be back' as she kicked off her set on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival on Sunday in Somerset

Lorde teamed the skimpy number with dark pink tights and red arm ribbons as she made her grand entrance on a wooden staircase which rotated to reveal the artist.

The Billboard Award winner's first song of the evening was The Path from her latest album Solar Power.

She told the Glastonbury crowd it was 'so good to be back' at the festival ahead of playing her track Homemade Dynamite.

Lorde then surprised the masses by bringing out Clairo and Arlo Parks , who united to perform her song Stoned at the Nail Salon.

Stunning: The singer, 25, looked sensational as she debuted her gorgeous new blonde hair, while slipping her toned physique into a tight mauve leotard

Stunning: The singer, 25, looked sensational as she debuted her gorgeous new blonde hair, while slipping her toned physique into a tight mauve leotard

Furious: She also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' over its ruling on Roe v Wade
Tragic: It formerly protected a pregnant woman's freedom to have an abortion

Furious: She also shouted, 'F**k the Supreme Court,' over its ruling on Roe v Wade, which formerly protected a pregnant woman's freedom to have an abortion

Peachy: Lorde teamed the skimpy number with dark pink tights and red arm ribbons

Peachy: Lorde teamed the skimpy number with dark pink tights and red arm ribbons

The New Zealand native asked the crowd if they should all dance for their 'angsty 15-year-old selves' as she introduced her track Ribs.

She said: 'Glastonbury, I wrote this song when I was 15-years-old, which means that some of you might have been listening to it for almost 10 years.

Lorde added: 'Should we dance for our angsty 15-year-old selves tonight?' which caused the crowd to erupt into cheer.

Exciting: She made her grand entrance on a wooden staircase which rotated to reveal the artist

Exciting: She made her grand entrance on a wooden staircase which rotated to reveal the artist

Talented: The Billboard Award winner's first song of the evening was The Path from her latest album Solar Power
Excited: She told the Glastonbury crowd it was 'so good to be back' at the festival ahead of playing her track Homemade Dynamite

Talented: The Billboard Award winner's first song of the evening was The Path from her latest album Solar Power

Performing: The New Zealand native asked the crowd if they should all dance for their 'angsty 15-year-old selves' as she introduced her track Ribs

Performing: The New Zealand native asked the crowd if they should all dance for their 'angsty 15-year-old selves' as she introduced her track Ribs

Blasting the Supreme Court for its Roe v Wade controversy, she said to a cheering crowd: 'Welcome to sadness. The temperature is unbearable until you face it.

'Wanna hear a secret girls? Your bodies were destined to be controlled and objectified since before you were born.

'That horror is your birthright. But here's another secret. You possess strength. That wisdom is also your birthright.

'I ask you today to make exercising that wisdom your life's work because everything depends on it. F*** the Supreme Court.'

Reminiscing: She said: 'Glastonbury, I wrote this song when I was 15-years-old, which means that some of you might have been listening to it for almost 10 years'

Reminiscing: She said: 'Glastonbury, I wrote this song when I was 15-years-old, which means that some of you might have been listening to it for almost 10 years'

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'F**k the Supreme Court!' Lorde slams Roe v Wade ruling on abortion during Glastonbury gig

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