Eminem is in talks to headline Glastonbury 2023.
The 49-year-old rapper is set to join The Arctic Monkeys as a headliner on the Pyramid stage next summer.
A source told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: “Eminem is wanted for a huge Glastonbury spot and has been in talks for years.
“His dates are all lined up and if they can get him in it will be his first time playing at the festival.
“Eminem is one of the greatest rappers on the planet and having him on the farm would be amazing.
“There’s also a huge nostalgia factor with Eminem. He’s been around for over 25 years and everyone knows his music.
“It would be a really special moment, not just for him but for everyone at the festival.
“They think he will sign on the dotted line and they can shake things up.”
As well as Eminem making his festival debut, The Arctic Monkeys are set to return for a third time, having played Glastonbury in 2003 and 2013.
A source said: “The guys have signed on the dotted line for the festival and will return to the Pyramid stage next June.
“It’s really special for them to get a hat-trick on this stage and it’s something they’ve wanted to do for a while.
“After the dates lined up on their next tour, they said they couldn’t play Worthy Farm anymore.
“The band are assembling their squad and working to make their performance one of Glastonbury’s most memorable.”