A week after the end of Bestival 2012, we take a look back at our favourite moments from 2012's festival.
What: Bestival 2012
Where: Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight, 6-9 September
Atmosphere: Everyone was in a serious party mood for the whole weekend. A few people looked a little sad when the sun disappeared on Sunday, but carried on and partied through the showers long after Stevie Wonder had gone to bed.
Fave festival area: The Ambient Forest was a great place to chill, with loads of hammocks around. We played a spot of Ping Tron - UV ping pong and watched some poetry at the Amphitheatre. We also loved the Wishing Tree Field, with a giant wishing tree, a tiny pub and the inflatable Big Love church, where people could get 'married' all weekend. Sadly we couldn't find anyone who wanted to marry us.
Strangest festival moment: We somehow ended up going to someone's fake funeral, singing and dancing to S Club 7's 'Reach' and throwing flowers onto the coffin as it was lowered into the ground, with a very-much-alive person inside. Half the people were actors, a few were friends and the rest of us looked very confused.
The Wildlife fancy dress outfits that made us say omg!: Although there were plenty of onesies and leopard print leggings about, out of the people we bumped into throughout the day, these were some of our favourite homemade outfits:
Nicola Lee, Wanstead - Leopard
Laura Knott, London - Peacock
Hannah Cowley, Brighton - Giraffe
Flurry of flamingos from London and Oxford
Daniel Guy, Isle of Wight - Ostrich
Catherine Ayres, Buckinghamshire - Totoro
Rick Parmer and Rebecca Corbishley, London - Jellyfish
Ross Colman, London - Sheep
Most screams for: The most excitable girly screams were definitely for Rizzle Kicks and Lianne La Havas. Rizzle Kicks were just as excitable as the crowd and Lianne La Havas had a nearly entirely-girl audience for her set that was mostly songs about an ex-boyfriend.
Most surprising moment: We were rather shocked to hear Stevie Wonder swear during his headline set on Sunday. He seemed a little frustrated after his piano broke and his mic was being temperamental. It was just bad timing that it started working again, just as he swore.
Hands in the air moment: There were so many, but everyone partied that little bit harder during Sister Sledge's set, especially when they sang 'We Are Family'.
Drool moment: We (and lots of other people) celeb-spotted the gorgeous Nicholas Hoult in the queue on the way out, who definitely didn't look like he hadn't showered for four days! We spied lots of girls taking sneaky pictures and trying not to stare.
Talking to the crowd moment: Lianne La Havas was so chatty during her set, she might have even talked more than she played. Looking very humble, she even teared up at one point because she was so overwhelmed by the crowd. We definitely saw a few wet cheeks in the tent.
Best encore moment: Florence Welch had been running around the stage for over an hour, but managed to come back out with just as much energy for a few more tracks. She performed 'Never Let Me Go', 'Take Care' by Drake and finished with the huge 'Dog Days Are Over',
Omg!'s favourite moment: Not having to wear our wellies at all for the whole weekend; a bit of an achievement considering how much of a washout so many of the other UK festivals have been this summer.
Omg!'s least favourite moment: On a weekend when New Order headlined, having to leave was certainly a 'Blue Monday'. But not only having to leave, leaving via the hill of death. For anyone that's been to Bestival, it's almost like they don't want you to go, by making the exit up a huge hill!
Verdict: Florence made us 'Shake It Up', Stevie Wonder kept us 'Jammin'' and Emeli Sande left us in 'Heaven'. Bestival 2012 was the perfect end to summer.