Vegan singer, Miley Cyrus, has announced she will be performing at this year's Glastonbury music festival, which runs from June 26-30.
Miley, who recently shared pictures of her vegan wedding, revealed the news on social media.
"Gonna be a f**king sickkkkkk time! I'm not only xxxcited as f**k to perform but to watch some of my favorite artists play! See ya there!" she said.
Miley also shared the news on her Instagram story, saying she was 'stoked' to be performing with fellow vegan singer Billie Eilish.
Eilish, who is only 17-years-old, said in an interview: "I just don't understand the point [in eating meat]. Why would you eat an animal when you could just eat chips? It doesn't make sense."
Last month, Glastonbury Festival revealed its plans to stop selling single-use plastic drink bottles - in a bid to help reduce plastic pollution.
Co-organizer of the annual festival, Emily Eavis, said: "The battle against waste in a big one, but I'm proud of the strides we've been able to make over the last few years. We've already cut out plastic crockery, cutlery, straws, sauce sachets, non-biodegradable glitter and this is the next step.
"There's still more to do, but I'm really happy with the progress we're making, and the support that you have given us."
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Liam is a writer and poet from the north of England. His work has been featured in Gay Times Magazine, Attitude Magazine, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post. He loves vegan mac and cheese more than anything else in the world.
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