Eminem, Radiohead and Kylie Minogue are favourites to headline next year's Glastonbury festival, according to reports.
The three acts are said to be at the top of organisers' artist wishlist.
Radiohead last headlined the festival in 2003, while Minogue was forced to cancel her appearance in 2005 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
But the report in the Daily Star appears to go against Michael Eavis's claim last month that next year's headliners had already been finalised.
Eavis told journalists that “three really good headliners” were already in place, although he remained tight-lipped on their names.
Muse, Stevie Wonder and Gorillaz topped the bill at this year's festival.
Meanwhile, ticket registration for next year's Glastonbury has already opened.
You can see highlights from the Glastonbury festival on Gigwise below.
Glastonbury 2010 - The Best Bits