GLASTO GIG FOR STEPHEN HAWK­ING

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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.”

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