Kylie Minogue has been asked to headline the Glastonbury music festival in 2007, two years after she canceled her performance when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Michael Eavis, a working farmer who stages the event — the highlight of the British summer music calendar — in his own fields, said he has asked the 37-year-old Australian pop star to perform next summer.
The festival will not be held this year, to allow his cows to graze uninterrupted through the summer.
"Kylie is coming back hopefully. Her people are quite confident, she wants to do it," Eavis told reporters Tuesday at the London premiere of "Glastonbury," a movie documenting the festival's 35-year history.
"Her shows are so theatrical they are almost like a circus in a way, which really fits in with Glastonbury," he said.
Minogue, who underwent surgery last year, pulled out of a headline slot at the 2005 festival and canceled parts of an international tour following her diagnosis.