Janet Jackson edited the official Glastonbury poster to put herself firstJanet Jackson is set to perform at Glastonbury this year and confirming the news on Twitter, it looks like she decided to edit the festival’s official 2019 poster.
Glastonbury finally gave fans a first look at its official poster while confirming its final two headliners The Killers and The Cure.
The list of artists set to perform across the three-day festival are all listed, with The Killers listed first on the top line, alongside this year’s biggest names; The Cure, Stormzy, Kylie and Janet Jackson.
But, Janet decided to try her hand at a bit of editing and bumped her name up before The Killers when tweeting about her appearance at Glasto.
Slightly cheeky, but an A for effort.
Janet moved herself to first billing on the Glastonbury 2019 poster (Picture: Twitter)
The original poster shared by Glastonbury (Picture: Twitter)The All For You singer shared her own version of the festival poster and tweeted: ‘Can’t wait to see you #UK #Glastonbury2019.’
Fans weren’t exactly hood-winked, though, and Janet’s little alteration didn’t go unnoticed, with some people deciding to call her out on it.
One person commented: ‘Love how you’ve put yourself first.. thinking we wouldn’t notice #EditedVersion.’
Another said: ‘Edited the line up poster to put herself in number one position #notevenheadlining #glastonbury2019.’
‘I love the photoshop,’ wrote one fan, while another added: ‘First and foremost as it should be.’
Janet’s Glastonbury performance is set to be her first at the iconic music festival and insiders have said she is ‘excited’ to make her mark on the Pyramid Stage.
A source told The Sun: ‘Janet is relaunching her career in a major way this year and thought this would be the perfect opportunity.
‘She has never performed at Glastonbury but she knows what a massive deal it is.’
Stormzy was the first headliner confirmed for 2019 and he has vowed to ‘silence his critics’ with his Glasto appearance, after some claimed he isn’t ‘big enough’ to have landed the spot.
He told ELLE magazine: ‘I can’t wait. I’ve got mad underdog syndrome, but I got confidence, too. I feel like I have so much to prove, but at the end of the day, I’m Stormzy – and I’m meant to be here.
‘This is the biggest moment. The biggest stage, the biggest all-eyes-on-me kind of spotlight in my career, ever. But if you are waiting for the headliner to give you the Glastonbury headline-calibre performance, then have no fear, calm down, settle.’
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