If there is anything Janet Jackson wants you to know about her, it’s that she’s always the headliner.
That’s what fans pointed out Monday when the singer, 52, shared the lineup for the iconic Glastonbury Festival this year – only Jackson’s version of the poster looked a little different from the original.
As it turns out, the lineup poster Jackson shared with fans on Twitter lists her name first among acts headlining the British festival instead of fourth, where it landed before the change.
It’s unclear who made the alteration, but it seems the legendary pop star and her fans liked the switch. After posting the image with the caption, “Can’t wait to see you,” fans immediately shared their support for Jackson – with one Twitter user responding, “It appears someone corrected it so Janet's name is first - as it SHOULD be...actually it needs to be at the very top, but I'll settle.” Another user echoed the sentiment, writing that “Miss Jackson knows her worth.”
“Tickets have now all sold out! We are blown away by the huge demand, looks like record numbers tried,” read the tweet. “Thank you for your patience and incredible support and for those of you who missed out, there will be a ticket resale in April.”
The Glastonbury Festival runs June 26-30, and although tickets are currently unavailable, organizers say any canceled tickets will be made available to the public on April 28.