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- Posted on Jun 23rd 2010 6:00AM by Barnaby Smith
Albarn told XFM that he expects all of the impressive array of supporting players to turn up. The album featured the likes of Snoop Dogg, Lou Reed, Mos Def, Gruff Rhys, Bobby Womack, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Mark E. Smith
"The full set. At this moment, on Tuesday, everyone is coming," the Blur frontman said. "But that doesn't mean by Friday, we may have a few casualties on the way."
Glastonbury 2010 will be Albarn's second Glastonbury in a row, having headlined the festival last year with Blur. Albarn added that to appear with Gorillaz this year, Glastonbury's 40th anniversary, was an "incredible honour."
Gorillaz stepped into the Friday headlining slot last month after U2 were forced to pull out when Bono needed emergency back surgery, Spinner previously reported.