Kylie Minogue says she's delighted and nervous ahead of her performance at Britain's iconic Glastonbury Festival.
The Australian pop star will sing in the legend's slot on Sunday afternoon in what's regarded as a major event in British culture.
The 51-year-old told The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show: "I still can't get over it. From the moment the words were uttered, I think I've been in shock, delight, surprise, anxiety."
"Obviously, it's emotional because of my history. The road to Glastonbury has been long and winding with some unexpected bumps, speed bumps!
"But it's a big singalong, that's what I'm hoping for, just a big love fest."
Minogue will be followed by Miley Cyrus and Vampire Weekend.
The Cure will bring the festival to a close on Sunday night on the stage at Pilton, Somerset in England.
The band, fronted by Robert Smith, will headline the festival for the fourth time having first topped the bill in 1986.
Australian Associated Press