Adele rules out playing Glastonbury 2016
Adele has responded to rumours she would headline Glastonbury Festival admitting she doesn't feel confident enough to do it
Adele has ruled out doing Glastonbury 2016.
The 27-year-old singer - who released the first single 'Hello' from her second album '25' today - has responded to rumours she will be playing the prestigious British music festival next year.
She told Capital London's Breakfast Show: "I think I have made myself pretty clear on Glastonbury. The crowds are too big - I don't know if I could do it."
The singer/songwriter then then joked of how people take their personal hygiene for granted at the infamous mud-fest and admitted she once had an accident waiting in the front row at a festival.
She added: "Well, the front row - they always do a poo and a pee so they don't lose their spot. They do - I have seen it happen! I nearly did it myself years ago. It's true, that is why it stinks down the front."
Earlier this morning BBC Radio 1 debuted 'Hello' and Adele admitted she was reduced to tears listening to it and seeing how fans reacted so positively on social media.
After it was aired, she said: "I obviously want people to like it.
"When I wrote it I knew this would be the first thing everyone heard from me. I thought no-one's going to know it's me. It'll backfire. When I looked there were three tweets.
"I thought I'd missed my window. But then my boyfriend told me there were loads."