GLASTO GIG FOR STEPHEN HAWKING
HE has already appeared alongside The Simpsons and Monty Python – but now Professor Stephen Hawking is taking on GLASTONBURY.
The world-famous scientist, whose life story was last year turned into Oscar-winning film The Theory of Everything, will appear at the festival’s Kidz Field this summer.
A message on the festival’s website said the 73-year-old boffin would make “a special guest appearance”.
Other acts at the area – aimed at children aged 12 and under – include top British magician Dynamo.
Veteran rockers The Who were named last week as the headline act for the final night.
And other big name acts confirmed for this year’s event – which runs from June 24-28 at Worthy Farm, Somerset – include chart-toppers Pharrell Williams, Florence and the Machine and DJ Mark Ronson. PLAYBOY model Emma Glover is leaving NOTHING to the imagination as she shows off Ayr United’s new kit for next season.
The 27-year-old beauty got covered in BODY PAINT matching the design for the club’s 2015-16 home colours.
And she celebrated the launch of the new strip… by stripping off for a TOPLESS photoshoot!
Emma, who boasts whoppin’ 30G boobs, is the latest glamour model to get “brushed up” for the Scottish League One team.
Last year, gambling company and kit sponsor Bodog recruited busty model Ellis Cooper, 23, to help promote their kit launch.
Meanwhile, Ayr United are currently looking forward to success with new manager Ian McCall, 50, following a disappointing last season. And this never-before-seen purple shirt will no doubt help spur the “Honest Men” on to the championship.
McCall said: “Next year we should be aiming to win the League One title. That is something a club like Ayr United should be challenging for.
“We have a good squad and will be keeping some players.
“In my view, Robbie Crawford and Alan Forrest are the two best young players not only in this league but in Scotland.”