Whether you’re a fan of Taylor Swift or not, you must appreciate her journey from low-key country singer to international pop sensation.
She’s climbed her way to the top of the pops by releasing seven studio albums, winning a slew of awards and holding her own in feuds between herself and some of the world’s most beloved celebs – of course, this includes Kim and Kanye.
Managing to always shake off the haters, Taylor has grown stronger and stronger over the last few years and is now recognised as one of the world’s best artists. For better or for worse, she’s built up a reputation of being an unstoppable force who continues to reinvent herself and defy genres.
Bearing all of this in mind it comes as no surprise that she’s been confirmed for Glastonbury 2020.
(It also comes as no surprise as she left Glasto weekend free within her European touring schedule.)
Taylor Swift joins Paul McCartney, Diana Ross and Aerosmith for Glastonbury’s 50th Anniversary which will run from 24th-28th June. She confirmed the news on Instagram by posting a photo of herself and a Glastonbury poster emblazoned with the words: ‘SUNDAY NIGHT TAYLOR MADE FOR GLASTONBURY’.
The poster also includes a nod to Taylor’s latest release, where it says: From Christmas Tree Farm to Worthy Farm.
Christmas Tree Farm is Taylor’s festive single that is accompanied by a video showing Swift’s childhood experiences of humble Pennsylvanian Christmases.
Anyway, back to her headlining Glastonbury 50.
The news has divided Twitter as not everyone is as ‘ecstatic’ as Taylor about her upcoming appearance at the festival.
Then again, many are excited to see what Taylor will bring next year.
I, for one, think she may surprise many of the festival-goers next summer, even if I am a Kanye fan.
Find out more about Glastonbury 50 right here
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