Tabloid rumours lately asserted the vocalist would appear at Worthy Farm in 2016
Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis has backtracked on his recent denial of rumours that Miley Cyrus will play at next year's event.
Tabloid reports had maintained that there are "first strategies, which are in rather early phases" for Cyrus to perform at Worthy Farm in 2016.
"Miley's been on the Eavis radar for some time," a source purportedly told The Sun newspaper. "She is crazy and there was interest in preceding years, across the time of her 'Bangerz' tour this past year and when her godmother Dolly Parton played the Pyramid [Stage]."
Having afterwards said the festival has "nothing in the pipeline" with Cyrus, Eavis is noncommittal in a brand new interview with Loaded.
"People keep asking me if Miley Cyrus is playing, I can not say 'Yes' or 'No' to any name, because it just adds to the speculation about who'll be appearing," he said, before adding: "I believe everyone has a spot at Glastonbury".
Eavis continued: "We have 20 distinct phases at Glastonbury, and that is among the matters which helps make it the best show on earth. We have had Kanye West, Beyonce, Metallica and Jay Z headline Glastonbury, and that is revealed that everybody is welcome."
Eavis lately disclosed that each of the headliners have been reserved for the following two instalments of the festival, telling Radio 1 in September that four of the six headliners have topped the bill before and two are entirely new.
Glastonbury Festival 2016 will take place at Worthy Farm from June 22-26.