David Attenborough gives rousing speech about the environment at Glastonbury
As you might imagine, David Attenborough got the biggest cheer of the day at Glastonbury.
Glastonbury has seen some some incredible performances so far.
Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi and The Killers have all been amazing throughout the weekend, and have driven the crowd wild.
There's also been some not so great performances, but we won't bother speaking too much about that.
And as much as the crowd have loved the live performances, one man has stolen the show on the festival's final day, and that is the legend that is David Attenborough.
The 93-year-old man made a surprise appearance at the festival to talk about the environment, more specifically the ocean, and the reception he got was extraordinary.
He also praised the festival for becoming plastic free, claiming that this meant that more than a million plastic bottles of water were not used.
And if that's not enough, he also announced that a new BBC series entitled Seven Worlds One Planet, would be coming to our screens soon.
Take a look:
— BBC Earth (@BBCEarth) June 30, 2019
The word legend is thrown around quite a bit, but we can say with absolute confidence that this man is the definition of legend.
Roll on Seven Worlds One Planet.