Beatles icon Sir Paul McCartney is expected to play at Glastonbury 2022
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Sir Paul McCartney is tipped to take the lead at Glastonbury this year.
The Beatles star, 79, will join the Pyramid Stage in July, a music industry insider has announced.
“Paul’s movie is going to be an absolute must-see. He’s really excited about it and is determined to put on a hell of a gig with all the hits,” the source said. Sun.
“He feels really ready to get back on the road in America and then will try to tackle Glasto when he gets back.
“There was some discussion about whether he should continue the shows this year because of the situation with Covid, but he decided that he really wanted to perform.”
McCartney stepped onto the stage of the famous festival that will take place a week after his 80th birthday – making him the oldest person to ever cover the event.
He was supposed to play Saturday night after the Noel Gallagher and Haim sets, with Billie Eilish doing so on Friday and Kendrick Lamar closing the festival on Sunday.
Other performers announced for the big weekend include legendary Diana Ross, who has been ranked as Sunday Afternoon Legend.
She originally planned to play the carnival’s popular lore during the event’s 50th anniversary in 2020 before it was cancelled.
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Show host Emily Eavis has confirmed the full lineup will be confirmed next week.
Last week, reports surfaced that Taylor Swift won’t be in the limelight for Glastonbury this year despite having agreed to perform at the now-cancelled 2020 event.
Popsinger, 32, is said to have “politely declined” to attend the upcoming event as she is focused on re-recording her old albums.
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