Lana Del Rey speaks out over Glastonbury's controversial line-up announcement
Glastonbury 2023 organisers seem to have really ticked off this artist.
The Worthy Farms event is making headlines for all the wrong reasons this year.
The festival announced an all-male headliner lineup consisting of Arctic Monkeys, Elton John and Guns 'N Roses on Friday, 3 March and it's been getting a lot of backlash ever since.
Now, Lana Del Rey has commented on the controversy after her name was buried in the seventh row of the lineup poster.
She is set to perform at 'The Other Stage' on the Saturday afternoon.
Her name can be seen halfway down the poster but there are 24 acts listed before her including the likes of Alt-J, Fred Again and Lizzo.
Lana del Rey took to Instagram with her frustrations and wrote: "Well, I'm actually headlining the second stage but since there was no consideration for announcing that, we'll see."
Yep, she seems pretty annoyed.
A source close to the singer told The Sun: "Lana is disappointed. She was proud to be doing a headline slot but on the announcement graphic, her name is buried among lesser-known artists.
“She feels let down being presented as an afterthought lagging behind the all-male trio."
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