Snow Patrol, David Gray and Damien Rice
The nicest triple header on the bill - with more swearing
The nicest triple header on the bill started when Danny Dyer joined Catherine Tate in the missing list, when he failed to step onto the Wembley stage to introduce Snow Patrol.
Alan Carr filled his boots and endured a few uncomfortable moments where he had trouble with the autocue, slagged off Maidstone and then declared his career over. Not over Al, just don't expect to sell out Maidstone any time soon...
Snow Patrol played Open Your Eyes then Shut Your Eyes which got the now close to capacity crowd singing along and blinking. They finished the set declaring themselves "short and sweet" then played Chasing Cars and moved along.
During the break, Jack Osbourne said recycling doesn't help things. Maybe he's at the wrong event... David Gray, as a part of a trio of acoustic guitars, started with Babylon before Damien Rice played The Blowers Daughter and then the pair dueted 'Que Sera Sera, whatever will be will be,' which seems a little inappropriate during a day designed to encourage action to prevent climate change.
That was until they unveiled some of their new lyrics "I asked my father what will we be? Will we be bitter filled with regret Will we be choking on our own sh*t"
So far only Snow Patrol have made it through the set without swearing.