Clark reiterated: “So hang on, you’re saying if I manage to make this happen you’ll be on that stage?”, to which she replied “Yes”.
Elsewhere, back in March, Emily Eavis told fans that Glastonbury had booked one of two planned female headliners, both of which will be performing at the festival for the first time.
Madonna was reported to headline next year’s festival at Worthy Farm alongside Dua Lipa and Coldplay, but Eavis categorically denied the rumours were true. Nonetheless, Madonna and Lipa in particular are still heavily rumoured to be topping the bill on the Pyramid Stage.
Taylor Swift was also floated as a potential headliner as she was supposed to headline in 2020, but was ruled out after her ‘Eras’ tour dates clashed with the festival.
Glastonbury will return to Worthy Farm from June 26-30, 2024.