Lady Gaga has remained tight-lipped regarding her rumoured headline appearance at 2017’s Glastonbury Festival, telling NME “I don’t have permission to say anything about that”.
Speaking to the publication earlier today, Gaga’s hint adds further fuel to various rumours flying around, which also include Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters joining the already-announced Radiohead as the final two Pyramid Stage headliners.
Last year, Emily Eavis also confirmed neither The Stone Roses nor Daft Punk will be hitting the main stage in 2017, however failed to attest whether either act will appear on Glastonbury’s other secondary venues (The Other Stage, West Holts etc).
More Glastonbury news as we hear it though based on Gaga’s recent spiel, we wouldn’t be surprised if she was announced to close the event on the Sunday night. Glastonbury 2017 runs from 21-25th June.