Okay, okay, I admit it. I did watch a little bit of Beyoncé at Glastonbury (who could miss the Destiny's Child classics?!). She was incredible, and probably induced half of the viewing nation to have a tiny fit whilst watching her in awe and envy, respect and admiration. Every woman wants to be her and every man wants to, er, Put A Ring On It.

But let us cast Queen Bee out of our minds for one sec to think about the abundance of other awesome acts that played Worthy Farm over the weekend. Some of the world's most stunning songwriters played more intimate lo-fi sets, like the gorgeous Laura Marling and the legendary Paul Simon, but let's face it, they're not that fun to watch on YouTube. A lot of the more up-tempo acts this year chose to embrace their inner Karma Chameleon in some way, whether it be with a psychedelic background scream, militantly co-ordinated costumes or silly stage props. So here's our pick of the musicians who went all out to create some truly original live performances.

(P.S. Did you see that well awk video of Zane Lowe and Lauren Laverne? Cringeathon 2000.)

Best Swedes

Best Hawaiian Theme

Best Choir

Best aural resemblance to The Lighthouse Family

Best Balloons