Glastonbury Festival won’t be welcoming Adele to its famous Pyramid stage this year, despite rumours that have been circulating in recent weeks.
The ‘Chasing Pavements’ singer was reported to have been considering whether to perform at Worthy Farm, however the event’s organiser Emily Eavis has put a stop to the rumours.
Speaking to The Sun, Emily explains: “That's not true. That's the only denial I will do.
"I would love Adele. To have Adele would be a complete dream, but she's not going to be here this year."
In previous years, Adele has been adamant that she will never perform at festivals, and once stated: “The thought of an audience that big frightens the life out of me.
“I don’t think the music would work, either. It’s all too slow. I’d hate to book a festival and have a f****** anxiety attack and then not go on stage, do you know what I mean?”
Emily and her father Michael Eavis organise the annual event
Earlier this week, the first 2015 headliner was announced, when Foo Fighters confirmed that they’d be performing during an NME Awards acceptance speech.
Other acts rumoured to headline include Coldplay, Rihanna and Prince.
So far, just Dave Grohl's band and Lionel Richie are confirmed for the event. The full line-up is expected to be announced ahead of the April ticket re-sale.
While the festival is well-known for securing huge headliners, the Green Fields and spoken word areas also play host to big names.
This year, it's believed that the Dalai Lama will be speaking, as an update to his online schedule includes a stop at Worthy Farm.
Check out all the acts rumoured to be heading to the festival below…