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Beyoncé and Pete Doherty (L-R)

In this week’s music roundup, we highlighted reports that Beyoncé would follow in her husband Jay-Z‘s footsteps and headline Britain’s biggest music festival. But, as BBC News reports, today (February 11) she and her record company made it official. The “Single Ladies” singer will indeed bring her buoyant live show to Glastonbury this summer. “I’m pumped just thinking about that huge audience and soaking up their energy,” she said in a statement.

Fans of early ’00s British rock will be stoked to hear that the reunited Libertines are up for a slot at this year’s festival. The Sun says it’s a “go” for Pete Doherty and company, but co-frontman Carl Barat tells NME that talks are ongoing. “It’s been mentioned, but I’ve not had an actual dialogue yet with the other band members,” he says. The quartet re-teamed last summer at the Reading and Leeds festivals in England. Here’s the band performing “Time for Heroes” at Reading back in August:

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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.