THE Rolling Stones are the hot favourites to rock out England's Glastonbury music festival next year (10) and follow Bruce Springsteen and JAY-Z as the event's recent headline acts.
Two years after frontman Sir Mick Jagger complained he'd never been invited to perform at the seminal event, sources claim organiser Michael Eavis has reached out to the legendary rockers and booked them up for 2010.
Jagger said, "Glastonbury would have been a good one, but I was never really offered the Glastonbury Festival."
Bookmakers are also backing the Brown Sugar hitmakers, slashing odds to 4-to-1 ahead of Coldplay, David Bowie, Muse, Oasis and Take That.