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9 June 2012, 17:40 | Updated: 9 June 2012, 18:28
The 'Kickstarts' rapper played some of his biggest hits at Wembley Stadium today.
Example performed a triumphant set at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012 which had the whole of Wembley Stadium jumping around throughout.
Arriving on stage in a black jumper and wearing dark sunglasses the star launched into his hit single 'Stay Awake' and told the crowd: "you know what to do" before he had everyone on their feet.
The star was making his second appearance at the event and told the audience: "make some noise for the beautiful weather," as the sun continued to shine.
The star them seemingly launched into his 2010 single 'Won't Go Quietly' asking the 80,000 in attendance to "scream" before asking the crowd to "see who can jump the highest".
After playing 'Kickstarts' he asked everyone to get ready to "go crazy" and told them to make some noise for Capital FM before he performed 'Changed the Way You Kiss Me' with the crowd singing back every word.
Check out a photo of Example below:
The day was opened by British band Coldplay before American Idol star Kelly Clarkson and Flo Rida took to the stage.
The day will also see performances by the likes of Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Usher and teen star Justin Bieber.
Example's setlist was:
'Won't Go Quietly'
'Changed The Way You Kiss Me'
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