Robbie Williams has announced a 2017 European stadium tour and admitted he would love to add a Glastonbury headlining slot to the schedule.
The chart-topping singer will play 29 shows in 18 countries and hopes to add a stop at Worthy Farm. Robbie, who performed at one of the wettest festivals in Glastonbury history in 1998, said: "If they ask me I would do it but I don't think it's going to be happening next year.
"I would love to do Glastonbury again. I would like my moment on the Pyramid Stage in front of a record-breaking amount of people please."
The former Take That star will kick off his tour at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on June 2 with synth duo Erasure joining him on tour as special guests.