Amanda Palmer, rock star and all-around awesome person, decided to have a little fun at the Daily Mail’s expense —in song — after they wrote an unflattering article about a wardrobe malfunction instead of reviewing the concert she performed.

The song starts at 2:30 and includes hilarious NSFW words. At 4:00, she nails them for their awfulness.

And at 4:30, she takes it to 11.

WHAT an excellent response to the article below!

Making a boob of herself! Amanda Palmer’s breast escapes her bra as she performs on stage at Glastonbury

By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 00:07, 29 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:56, 29 June 2013

She’s never afraid to make a statement but Amanda Palmer made a bit of a boob of herself on stage at Glastonbury.
The singer saw her breast left on show after it escaped her bra, while performing at the music event on Friday.

Amanda’s bra rode up while her shirt opened, leaving her wardrobe malfunction on show for all to see.

The 37-year-old American singer is no stranger to performing in her underwear, or wearing provocative outfits on stage.

Amanda Palmer Glastonbury - photo

Whoops! Amanda Palmer’s breast escaped her bra while she performed on stage at Glastonbury festival on Friday

Despite suffering the embarrassing wardrobe mistake Amanda managed to rearrange her bra, before ripping her shirt completely open.

On her stomach she had the word ‘YES’ scrawled across it and a line of stars dotted across her chest. 

The bi-sexual singer also wore a pair of red velvet jeans and a pair of black arm bands for her set at Worthy Farm.

Ahead of her set Amanda posted a picture of herself in her outfit to Twitter and wrote:
‘READY TO TAKE STAGE AND ROCK THE F*** OUT OF #GLASTONBURY.’

Fans of the singer were left annoyed at the BBC when the network failed to cover her set on TV.

Many Amanda enthusiasts took to Twitter to voice their frustrations. 

More Here and see the short article video, but well done Amanda Palmer!


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