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The Capital Weekender With Ministry of Sound 10pm - 5am
11 June 2016, 19:53 | Updated: 13 June 2016, 10:40
The UK superstar played HIT after HIT - and the Wembley crowd loved every minute of it.
Jess Glynne made her triumphant return to Capital’s Summertime Ball with Vodafone, now with a STRING of number one singles under her belt.
And with all of her chart success over the past twelve month comes Jess was cool, collected and confident as she hit that Wembley Stadium stage.
Jess kicked off with her uplifting ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ to get all of her fans up and feeling good.
Next up was another of her Vodafone Big Top 40 number ones as she sang ‘Real Love’, her team-up with Clean Bandit, and brought power and emotion to her song lyrics.
For her third song Jess took things back to her breakthrough solo single ‘Right Here’, as the crowd showed off some seriously sassy dance moves.
Her Route 94 collab ‘My Love’ was next, always a crowd pleaser, before she basically tore the roof off Wembley with the phenomenal ‘Rather Be’.
And what better way to close out her #CapitalSTB set than with the song that cemented Jess as one of the UK’s hottest female solo artists - ‘Hold My Hand’.
Watching Jess Glynne’s transcendant performance of the incredible song - completely slaying those vocals - was a truly unforgettable Summertime Ball moment.