Adele rules out playing Glastonbury 2016
Adele has ruled out doing Glastonbury 2016.
The 27-year-old singer - who released the first single 'Hello' from her second album '25' today - has responded to rumours she will be playing the prestigious British music festival next year.
She told Capital London's Breakfast Show: "I think I have made myself pretty clear on Glastonbury. The crowds are too big - I don't know if I could do it."
The singer/songwriter then then joked of how people take their personal hygiene for granted at the infamous mud-fest and admitted she once had an accident waiting in the front row at a festival.
She added: "Well, the front row - they always do a poo and a pee so they don't lose their spot. They do - I have seen it happen! I nearly did it myself years ago. It's true, that is why it stinks down the front."
Earlier this morning BBC Radio 1 debuted 'Hello' and Adele admitted she was reduced to tears listening to it and seeing how fans reacted so positively on social media.
After it was aired, she said: "I obviously want people to like it.
"When I wrote it I knew this would be the first thing everyone heard from me. I thought no-one's going to know it's me. It'll backfire. When I looked there were three tweets.
"I thought I'd missed my window. But then my boyfriend told me there were loads."