Kylie Minogue will perform during the Sunday afternoon 'legend' slot at Glastonbury Festival 2019.
The 'legends' slot has become somewhat of a phenomenon over the years and has seen the likes of legendary Bee Gee, Barry Gibb, Dame Shirley Bassey, Dolly Parton and Neil Diamond.
Kylie, 50, will play the coveted tea-time slot on 30 June aiming to lift people's spirits before the final push.
The pop star was originally meant to appear as a headliner at the infamous festival back in 2004 but was forced to pull out to have treatment for breast cancer.
"It will be 14 years since I was originally meant to appear there and so much has happened up to now. I can't wait to see you all there to share this special show."
Kylie Minogue performs at the Prince's Trust Invest in Futures Gala Dinner at The Old Billingsgate in London. Credit: PA
Usually, an established and well-loved artist who often comes from a genre different to the usual 'Glasto' line-up will play, often drawing the biggest audiences over the entire weekend.
But this announcement has received mixed emotions from fans and festival-goers.
One said: "Even the most stubbornly hopeful music lover must admit it's over, music is over."
Another added: "First Stormzy now Kylie? I'm a massive Glastonbury fan but this line up is woeful so far".
Someone else said: "We should be so lucky... lucky lucky lucky".
"Those saying she isn't a legend - who is and what defines them as a legend?" another chimed.
Another person unhappy with the news said: "Legend? Shows you how far society has been systematically dumbed down."
Kylie Minogue will be performing during the 'legend slot' at Glastonbury Festival 2019. Credit: PA
But it wasn't all doom and gloom - one fan exclaimed: "So glad you can now achieve something that your battle with cancer took away from you. You won then and we and @GlastoFest win now."
With another adding: "I AM SO SO proud of you! You deserve this slot. Alot has happened in 15 years but look back, reflect, and the time is right for you to own that stage!"
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