Jeremy Corbyn set for rapturous reception at Glastonbury as chant goes viral

Jeremy Corbyn is set for a rapturous reception when he steps on to the Pyramid stage tomorrow with 81-year-old festival founder Michael Eavis.

People queuing at the event yesterday broke out in the viral “Oh Jeremy Corbyn” chant which was started when the Labour leader appeared at a Libertines concert in Tranmere.

Sang to the tune of the Seven Nation Army song by the White Stripes it has become a UK-wide hit, and with revellers at Glasto throwing their support behind Jeremy he could be in for a rock star reception tomorrow.

Here’s a look at how the chant has spread.

 

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