Glastonbury Festival 2013 Organiser Emily Eavis Denies Mariah Carey And Prince Rumours

14 March 2013, 12:40

The UK festival's head says rumours Mariah will headline this year's show is "nonsense".

Rumours that Mariah Carey and Prince were being lined up to headline Glastonbury Festival 2013 have been dismissed as "nonsense".

The UK festival's organiser Emily Eavis has called recent rumours 'My All' singer Mariah would headline the event's Pyramid stage this summer "completely untrue", while also referring to claims Prince might also be performing.

"Three nonsense headliner stories in a week," Emily tweeted this week. "All completely untrue.

"Real news will be with you soon!" Emily promised.

The likes of the Rolling Stones, Rihanna and the Arctic Monkeys have all been named as potential headliners for the festival's return this June, after taking a year off in 2012.

Check out a picture of singer Mariah Carey on stage last year below (Credit: PA):

Mariah Carey is currently serving as a judge on American Idol alongside fellow panelists Randy Jackson, Keith Urban and Nicki Minaj.

Glastonbury Festival 2013 is set to take place on the weekend of the 28th June.

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