A grown man stotting around a muddy field in a skirt and heels channelling his inner Freddie Mercury (think the I Want To Break Free video).
Home favourite Stevie McCrorie hopes his third T in the Park appearance will boost his profile as a performer in his own right – rather than being pigeon-holed as the winner of a talent show.
There was a point during Beyonce’s gig at Hampden on Thursday where the words ‘God is God, I Am Not’ appeared on the big screen.
The fightback against the elements has begun at T in the Park after torrential downpours turned the Strathallan site into a bit of a mudbath.
T in the Park boss Geoff Ellis says the festival is very much here to stay despite criticism following the tragic deaths of two teenagers.
A massive clean-up operation is underway after this year’s T in the Park drew to a close at the Strathallan Castle site in Perthshire.
TV screens at T in the Park will not show Sunday’s big sporting events – meaning festival goers will have to find other means to watch Wimbledon or the Euro 2016 final.