Shura wants Mumford and Sons to join her at Glastonbury
Shura would like Mumford & Sons to make a guest appearance at Glastonbury Festival.
The 24-year-old singer supported the 'I Will Wait' hitmakers on their most recent tour and they even covered her song '2Shy' on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.
And now Shura - whose real name is Alexandra Lilah Denton - has said she'd love to see them join her on stage when she plays The Other stage at the music extravaganza at Worthy Farm in Somerset, South West England on Saturday (25.06.16).
Speaking at the Sofar Sounds x Kopparberg Fruit Lager Live Series at Motel Studios in East London earlier this week, she said: "I'd love to get them on stage with me."
The 'Touch' hitmaker - who previewed songs from her highly-anticipated new album 'Nothing's Real' at the music showcase - also said how before they covered her track they messaged her to ensure it all went smoothly, which she found "really sweet".
She said: "They actually messaged me in advance in case of any mess-ups in the recording. It was really sweet!"
With all the gruesome weather at Glastonbury the blonde beauty plans on wearing knee-high wellies and a PVC overall during her set.
Shura performs on The Other stage on Saturday (25.06.16) along with the likes of Tom Odell, New Order, The 1975 and Hurts.