Ed Sheeran has disputed rumours that Taylor Swift could be performing at next years Glastonbury festival.
Speculation began after festival organiser Michael Eavis said he'd love to have the 1989 singer perform, especially after Dolly Parton's hugely popular 2014 set. Over 100,000 people watched Parton's show at Glastonbury, prompting rumours that Swift could be in line for a headline slot in 2015.
''Taylor doesn't like festivals," Sheeran told The Sun, ''so for any bookies reading... I think Taylor likes doing her own show because she's in control and it's how she wants it to be.''
''With Glastonbury or any festival, you're at the mercy of the people who run the festival," he added, ''she wants it all to be perfect''.
''I'd bet you a large amount of money she doesn't - a large amount of money.''
The news follows on from Fleetwood Mac rumours also being denied by Eavis himself, once again leaving speculation rife as to who has been booked.
Glastonbury takes place at Worthy Farm from 24-28 June, with the announcement of the first headliner due in the near future.