US pop artist Lana Del Rey is the latest act to confirm their place at this year's Glastonbury music Festival.
The singer launched her career in 2011 with internet single 'Video Games', accompanied by a home-cut video, which went viral, and has to date accrued almost 58 million views on YouTube.
Del Rey's debut album, Born To Die, was one of the best-selling albums of 2012, and has sold over 5 million copies worldwide since its January 2012 release date.
She will make her Glastonbury appearance on Saturday June 28.
Del Rey joins 'Gold on the Ceiling' stars The Black Keys, who confirmed in an interview with BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe a few days ago that they would be playing the Pyramid Stage on Sunday June 29, ahead of the end-of-night headliners.
The 'Keys are also set to headline Latitute Festival 2014, play the Southside and Hurricane festivals in Germany, and Spain's Bilbao BBK Live.
EIGHT ACTS have currently stamped their names on the Glastonbury line-up, including:
- Legendary country singer DOLLY PARTON
- Canadian indie septet, ARCADE FIRE
BLONDIE, the 1970s punk-pop band fronted by Debbie Harry
- Dream-pop LA girl band, WARPAINT
- Brit singer LILY ALLEN
- and English electronic music duo, DISCLOSURE
The full list of acts is to be announced in April, as per usual.
Resale of ticket and coach packages is at 7pm on Thursday April 24, followed by a general admission ticket resale at 9am on Sunday April 27. All resale tickets must be paid in full when booking.
To register to book tickets in the resale, visit www.glastonburyregistration.co.uk by April 21.
ABOVE: The current line-up as it reads on the Glastonbury website.
For more information about this year's Festival, visit www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk