Don't know what we're doing here? Having a dance and singing EVERY WORD to the brilliant Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, of Beautiful South fame, that's what.

For many, this has been one of the highlights of the Isle of Wight Festival - even though it was during their set that that weather turned and the winds picked up.

Paul Heaton, who combined Housemartins hits with the pair's iconic Beautiful South back catalogue (Old Red Eyes Is Back, Song for Whoever, I'll Sail This Ship Alone, Carry On Regardless, Perfect 10) also revealed to the crowd he once cycled to Sandown for a tiny gig at The Tap pub.

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Isle of Wight County Press: Jacqui Abbott at the Isle of Wight Festival by Sienna Anderson.Jacqui Abbott at the Isle of Wight Festival by Sienna Anderson.

'About 100 people turned up', he laughed, 'but we get bigger crowds now and that's down to Jacqui.'

It was a feel-good set, ending with Caravan of Love.

Although the next band on, Blossoms, were hit by sound problems and were then unable to complete their set for safety reasons, because part of the staging came down in the bad weather, along with some of the tallest light and sound rigging in a controlled operation, fortune favoured Paul and Jacqui.

If you're heading to the site today (Who is playing Isle of Wight Festival Sunday?) don't worry. The show was back up and running for Kasabian and Pete Tong, as you'll see from the photos below...

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