Glastonbury Festival has modified its poster in an obvious response to criticism from one of many Other Stage headliners Lana Del Rey.
Del Rey implied she may pull out of performing on the competition as a result of it hadn’t introduced her as a headliner.
When the official Glastonbury account posted the unique line-up poster on Instagram, Del Ray sarcastically commented under from her personal Instagram, honeymoon: “Thanks for announcing that I was headlining the other stage. Thumbs up.” The remark seems to have now been deleted.
The singer’s identify was additionally under greater than 20 different acts within the poster, which, other than these on the prime who might be headlining the Pyramid Stage, had performers in alphabetical order. Lizzo will play instantly earlier than headliner Guns N’ Roses, however has joint headline billing on the line-up poster.
Del Rey, 37, is then reported to have prompt on her personal Instagram account that she may pull out of performing.
She is claimed to have written: “Well I’m actually headlining the second stage. But since there was no consideration for announcing that. We’ll see.”
Glastonbury Festival has now launched an up to date poster with Del Rey moved as much as the second row. It additionally consists of new acts after the West Holts stage line-up was revealed on Tuesday.
US rapper Lil Nas X, Nigerian singer Wizkid and British singer-songwriter Yusuf Islam, generally referred to as Cat Stevens, have additionally had their names moved as much as the second row.
Glastonbury Festival additionally attracted criticism on social media after it emerged the prime three headliners have been all male acts – with Sir Elton John being joined by Arctic Monkeys and Guns N’ Roses.
One social media consumer wrote: “During Women’s History Month, Glastonbury Festival announced an all-male headline bill. In 2023. Tell me why we don’t need this month one more time.”
Another stated: “@glastonbury do better!!! All male headliners? You can’t even blame lack of talent, there is a overwhelming WEALTH of amazing women to choose from.”
When the line-up was introduced co-organiser Emily Eavis informed The Guardian a beforehand confirmed feminine headliner pulled out as a result of she “changed her touring plans”.
Sky News has contacted Glastonbury Festival for remark.