Like always, Glastonbury 2019 has a couple of secret sets up its sleeves. Regardless, it’s going to be a good festival what with its stellar line-up – more of that below – but there’s a rumour floating around that A Star is Born actors Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper will take to the stage. And considering how beloved that movie is, Twitter will probably lose its shit again, re: their Oscars performance.
Across the pond, UK radio host Edith Bowman hinted that one of these secret sets is going to be Gaga and Cooper.
“I may know one [surprise act], I can’t possibly say,” she said.
“On my podcast, I had Bradley Cooper, talking about A Star Is Born. And when I spoke to him I was like, ‘I just wanna see you guys do a gig, play it live’. And he was like, ‘Well we have been talking to Nick [Dewey, Glastonbury co-organiser] and Emily [Eavis, co-organiser] about it – we’d do The Park Stage.‘”
— Stagedoor FM (@Stagedoor_FM) June 23, 2019
According to NME, Cooper’s backing band in the film, Luke Nelson & Promise Of The Real, are already playing the same stage on Friday.
Bowman added that Cooper even said they’d “maybe just do six songs” at the festival.
It’s all a big HMM.
Cooper surprised the Glastonbury crowd back in 2017 when he appeared on stage to film a bit for A Star is Born, so this wouldn’t be the actor’s first time onstage at the ginormous festival.
Glastonbury is yet to announce the artist(s) set to perform on The Park Stage at 11:30am and 6:15pm on Saturday.
As for the officially announced line-up, expect to see grainy videos of: The Killers, The Cure, Stormzy, Tame Impala, Janelle Monáe, Kylie Minogue, Billie Eilish, Janet Jackson, Miley Cyrus, George Ezra, Vampire Weekend, Hozier, Sigrid,Snow Patrol, Liam Gallagher, and The Chemical Brothers to name a few.
Here is the first Glastonbury Festival 2019 line-up poster, which includes our final two Pyramid Stage headliners: @TheKillers (Saturday) and @TheCure (Sunday). Many more acts and attractions still to be announced. pic.twitter.com/jYOoTQQurf
— Glastonbury Festival (@glastonbury) March 15, 2019
Glastonbury Festival 2019 kicks off Wednesday, June 26.