When NME asked her about said rumours, she refused to deny them when she replied: “Glaaaastonbury! I don’t have permission to say anything about that” – with her tight-lipped response suggesting that sworn to secrecy until an announcement.
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With regards to her more stripped-back recent live shows, Gaga added that future tour dates were likely to return to her more extravagant ways.
“What I would say to those who are terrified that I’ll never again embrace absurdity or the avant-garde is ‘think again’,” she told NME. “Because that is my favourite thing.”
Last week, Lady Gaga released her third album ‘Joanne’ – check out the full NME review and verdict here.
“I’m sure that was difficult to watch and of course, I called many people on David’s team before I even begun doing that project and it’s unfortunate, what can I say? But God bless of him, you know?”
Speaking exclusively to NME, organiser Emily Eavis denied the rumours that Daft Punk and Stone Roses would be headlining Glastonbury 2017.