Corinne Bailey Rae has confirmed that she'll be playing this year's Glastonbury Festival.
The singer, who rose to prominence with her track ‘Put Your Records On’, broke the news on BBC 6Music.
When asked if she was playing any festivals this year by presenter Lauren Laverne, the star replied: "We are playing at Glastonbury, we're hoping to do a gig on a bigger stage but also a secret gig somewhere else as well."
Muse are expected to announce that they have been booked for a headline slot at the event later today, while a Glastonbury spokesperson has said that a deal with Stevie Wonder to play the Sunday (27 June) night is still “pending.”
Other rumours for the event include Fatboy Slim, Spandau Ballet, Dizzee Rascal, MGMT and Julian Casablancas.
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Glastonbury Festival 2010 will take place on Worthy Farm, Somerset, from 23-27 June.
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