THE smile said it all.

Singer songwriter George Ezra was grinning from ear to ear as he strolled out on to the stage to headline his first major UK festival.

At just 26-years-old, Ezra's abilities have been recognised across the music industry.

And it was hits from his acclaimed album Staying at Tamara's that had the festival crowd dancing and singing along.

Some questioned whether Ezra was a suitable headline act for the Isle of Wight, but he silenced his critics with a stunning set.

Paradise, Shotgun and Hold My Girl were among the crowd-pleasers and he had a story to tell about every single one of them.

He spent half of his headline debut on a stool after injuring his ankle on his "annual run" but that didn't seem to bother anyone.

Earlier the crowd had been bopping around to Rick Astley who was growling at the crowd between sips of his cup of tea.

Bastille were on form as usual but it was Fatboy Slim who brought the Saturday night party to a spectacular close.

Barefoot and clearly loving every minute of it, he knows how to get a party going.

And there were plenty of other performances to enjoy around the Seaclose Park site in areas including the Octopus' Garden, Cirque de la Quirk, Hard Rock Stage, Electro Love, Kashmir Cafe and the Silent Disco.

Excitement's brewing for Biffy Clyro tonight - can't wait.