Glastonbury's Emily Eavis would love Adele to headline
Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has hinted that she would love to see Adele headline the Worthy Farm event.
This year's headliners already include Coldplay and Muse but there is space for one more.
Speaking to ID, Eavis said:
“We love Adele. She’s an incredible artist and brilliantly honest and funny and real and that’s what everybody loves about her. She’s a great example because she doesn’t put up any pretence.”
Commenting on female artists, Eavis said:
"There’s a certain pressure on women to perform in a certain way or be giving off this kind of image, while Adele is just honest and true and funny and just about as popular as you can get."
When asked if she thinks Adele would work as a headline act, Eavis replied: "She would, wouldn’t she? It would be great to get her."
PJ Harvey will also perform at the annual bash for the first time in over a decade, while Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra will play the Sunday Legends slot.
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