Pop superstar drops massive hint she's playing Glastonbury 2024 in legends slot after millions of records sold | The Sun

CHER has dropped a huge hint she could be playing the Legends slot at Glastonbury Festival after co-organiser Emily Eavis confirmed she had booked a major female artist for it.

The singer, 77,  added fuel to the fire by admitting she would “like to” perform at the world-famous event, which will take place again in June of next year.

Cher, who has sold over a million records and has just released a Christmas album, appeared on BBC Radio 2 yesterday and was quizzed by Rylan Clark.

He asked her: "There are so many rumours, you haven't done it yet, Glastonbury. Are we ever going to see Cher take on that Legends slot at Glastonbury?"

Cher confirmed she would "like to" perform at the festival one day.

Asking the singer for clarity, Rylan said: "So hang on, you're saying if I manage to make this happen you'll be on that stage?", to which she replied "yes".

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Last month, there was speculation claiming that Madonna, Dua Lipa and Coldplay will top the bill on the Pyramid Stage next year.

Emily later put the claims to bed with an Instagram post to clarify the rumours were "untrue", and that the line-up was "still changing every day".

She added that the festival hoped to share news about the headliners in the new year.

The organiser previously said on the BBC podcast Sidetracked that the line-up for the 2024 festival, taking place from June 26-30, is still "a little up in the air" but she hopes there will be two female headliners.

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In the same interview, she confirmed the news about the female artist being booked for the Legends slot, but did not disclose who.

Tickets for next year's festival sold out in rapid time last month, with standard tickets selling out in less than an hour while coach travel ticket packages sold out 25 minutes after they went live.

This year's festival saw Arctic Monkeys top the bill on the Pyramid Stage on Friday, US rockers Guns N' Roses on Saturday and Sir Elton John on Sunday night.

Yusuf/Cat Stevens performed in the teatime Legends slot on Sunday afternoon, followed by classic rock outfit Blondie.

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