Dua Lipa 'pulling out all the stops' for Glastonbury

Dua Lipa is "pulling out all the stops" for her Glastonbury set.

The 'Training Season' singer is already preparing to start rehearsals for her performance because she is determined to "put on a big show" when she headlines the iconic festival in June and will be bringing an elaborate stage set up featuring moving platforms and a troupe of dancers to Worthy Farm, Somerset.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Dua is the most pop focused headliner Glastonbury have had in years and she is pulling out all the stops to impress.

“She knows how to put on a big show, and she is planning to bring all of that to Worthy Farm.

“Dua will have a dance troupe on stage and will be performing some seriously tricky choreography.

“She is taking some inspiration from Kylie Minogue and will have moving platforms on the stage like Kylie did during her headline slot in 2019."

The 28-year-old star is expected to be joined on stage by some famous faces.

The insider said: “Dua will have special guests coming out too."

Dua expects the huge gig will be a "really emotional" moment in her career.

The source added: “In many ways Dua feels like everything since her debut track New Love in 2015 has been leading up to this moment, so it will be a really emotional night for her.”

It was revealed in October that the 'Levitating' hitmaker was in talks to headline the festival, and she admitted last month when it was confirmed that she'd top the bill on Friday 28 June she would be fulfilling a long-held ambition.

Dua said: “I have dreamt of this moment all my life.

“Something that lived only in my wildest dreams and highest manifestations.

“I am so excited to see you all in my favourite place on earth and make it a night to remember.”