15 July 2013 by

The Yahoo! Wireless Festival With Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna

Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake

Um, you might not have noticed but a little thing happened this weekend called the Yahoo! Wireless Festival. Yep, we’re talking Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z and a little guest appearance from none other than RIHANNA!

It all kicked off on Friday where after an amazing set by Snoop Dogg – with a quick guest performance from Rita Ora, no less - Justin Timberlake took to the stage for the first time. Reminding us of his extensive back catalogue Justin played anything and everything from his new hit Mirrors to our old fave Senorita.

We spotted Little Mix singers Jesse and Jade dancing in the crowd whilst elsewhere former child star Macaulay Culkin was reportedly seen hanging out in the guest area – odd or what?! On Saturday it was ALL about Jay-Z, with Jourdan Dunn, Rita Ora and Laura Whitmore all showing up to see the rapper perform. We heard that recently single Lewis Hamilton got in a spot of bother trying to get some drinks when he didn’t have the right wristband for the bar he was in… Teehee.

By Sunday, dusty festival goers spent the day in the 30degree heat listening to ASAP Rocky and Katy B. When the time finally came the crowds went crazy for Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z with the later celebrating the fact that his MCHG album had gone straight in at number one. Cheryl Cole, Caroline Flack and Nicole Scherzinger were all hanging out backstage with the later dancing along to every song.

After an extensive 2 hour set the boys were joined on stage by none other than Rihanna, who had been watching all night at the side with her BFF Melissa Forde.  After closing the festival with a rendition of 'Run This Town' Ri later tweeted, ‘London, you were on one tonight’. If the boozy faces and mad dancers we spotted in the crowd were anything to go by we would say she was kind of right.


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