Adele grew up coming to the festival, a proper child of Glastonbury. She always had a connection with it. She’d become such an enormous artist who could do whatever she wanted, anywhere in the world; she was obviously the queen of her genre. If she wanted to do 20 stadiums, they would sell out. She just didn’t need to do [the headline slot]. Some people need it more, and some people don’t, and she didn’t. It had to be something she really wanted to do. And it’s easy for an artist for an artist who’s massive not to put yourself into a situation where it is a bit more of a challenge, and doing Glastonbury because of the size of it, it is a challenge. You’re not playing to your audience.