Dido to join Eminem onstage at Reading Festival tonight?

The singer has posted a photo hinting she will be performing at Richfield Avenue

Dido has hinted that she may join Eminem onstage tonight (August 24) during his headline set at Reading Festival.

The singer famously collaborated with the Detroit rapper on his 2001 Number One single, ‘Stan’. Dido released her fourth studio album ‘Girl Who Got Away’ earlier this year.

The singer tweeted a photo she had shared on Instagram featuring a pair of muddy wellies with the caption, “Meeting up with an old friend tonight… #excited”.

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Earlier, it was confirmed by the BBC that Eminem has requested his headline set on the Main Stage tonight is not filmed. The rapper is making his first appearance at the festival since 2001.

No word has come out of Eminem’s camp to confirm that his set will not be shown on the BBC’s coverage. The BBC is streaming live from Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend, and showing highlights on BBC Three.

See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information about this summer’s events.

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