Amy Winehouse will perform at this summer's Glastonbury Festival.
She will play the festival's main Pyramid Stage on June 28, just before headliner Jay-Z, it was announced Wednesday.
Organizers said the late addition of Winehouse to the lineup wasn't the result of issues in the singer's turbulent personal life.
Winehouse, 24, was arrested and questioned by police earlier this month about video footage that appeared to show her inhaling fumes from a crack pipe. Police later said she wouldn't be charged.
The Grammy-winning singer, best known for her breakthrough hit "Rehab," is also scheduled to play Britain's Bestival, T in the Park and V Festivals this summer.