After plenty of rumours, Kylie Minogue has been officially announced for Glastonbury Festival's 2019 edition.
The Australian pop giant will perform in the early-evening of Sunday 30 June, in the 'legend slot' that has previously been filled by the likes of Dolly Parton, Tom Jones, Paul Simon, Shirley Bassey, Leonard Cohen and Lionel Richie.
Kylie was scheduled to headline the iconic festival back in 2004, but had to cancel her performance to undergo treatment for breast cancer. So her debut set at the festival will no doubt be a very emotional affair as she takes to the famous Pyramid Stage a full 14 years on from that originally scheduled appearance.
So far, only Stormzy and Kylie Minogue have been officially confirmed for next year's festival – see a few our predictions and rumours for other headliners here.
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