Adele turns down Glastonbury headlining slot
After taking home 12 Billboard Music Awards this weekend, British singing sensation Adele turned down an offer to headline Glastonbury Festival next year, claiming the event was too "daunting".
Festival organiser Michael Eavis told Britain's Metro that he was eager to convince the star to take the stage at England's three-day music extravaganza.
"She knows that we want her anyway, but she doesn't want to do a thing our size," he said. "Going on the Pyramid Stage is a bit daunting in front of 80,000 people; it's a bit much really."
However, Adele and her entourage will be attending Glastonbury, but only as part of the audience. "She comes every year usually," Eavis added, "and has her own little party."
Eavis has reportedly booked three of the event's headliners, but has yet to announce them. Music bloggers are predicting American country music star Dolly Parton to be among those topping the bill.