November 28, 2009 14:37

Muse 'probably playing Glastonbury' according to Jonathan Ross

TV host lets slip that Matt Bellamy and co are being lined up to play June festival

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Muse are "probably " playing Glastonbury, according to television presenter Jonathan Ross.

Ross used his Twitter account to announce that Matt Bellamy had told him the band were likely to play next June's festival. Muse performed 'Uprising' and 'Undisclosed Desires' on BBC One's's 'Friday Night With Jonathan Ross' programme last night (November 27).

Tweeting after the show was recorded, Ross said of Muse playing Glastonbury in 2010:

"Didn't chat to them on the show, but Matt [Bellamy] told me they are probably doing it."

Rumours that Muse were playing Glastonbury 2010 first surfaced earlier this week, after U2 were confirmed by Michael Eavis to be headlining the event on the Friday night (June 25).

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