Foo Fighters Dedicates 'Run' Performance to Late Keith Flint at Reading Festival
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Frontman Dave Grohl interrupts his performance to recall watching The Prodigy star, who was found dead at his Essex home in March, on the festival's main stage in 2009.

AceShowbiz - Foo Fighters paid tribute to late The Prodigy star Keith Flint during their headlining set at the Reading Festival on Sunday, August 25.

Dave Grohl interrupted his performance of the band's "Run" to recall watching Flint on the festival's main stage in 2009.

"That was the craziest s**t I've ever seen," he told the crowd.

Closing the track, he said, "That's for you Keith."

Flint was found dead at his Essex home in March. He was 49.

The Foo Fighters also headlined Reading's sister festival Leeds on Friday night, when the band was joined onstage by Grohl's daughter, Violet, and a Freddie Mercury lookalike, who they pulled from the crowd to help them with a cover of Queen's "Under Pressure".

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