Dua Lipa has revealed she was worried nobody would turn up to watch her when she performed at Glastonbury Festival.
The Grammy Award-winner performed for festival-goers at Worthy Farm in 2017 - but has said she feared she would be singing to an empty tent.
She had no reason to fear though, as crowds flocked to the John Peel Stage to watch the 24-year-old's set.
Lipa played her most popular hits, including 'New Rules' and 'Be The One'.
Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats, she said: "I was like 'No one's going to show up'. I was petrified. 10 minutes before the show starts, it's still quite empty outside."
She continued: "I'm like, 'alright, doesn't matter. Whatever happens, I'm still playing Glastonbury. Whoever shows up shows up'."
Lipa was surprised when fans showed up at the famous festival to watch her perform: "I run out onto stage. The whole tent is full. There's people outside of the tent. It's pouring down with rain and they're still there sitting and watching..."
Earlier this year she became the third British female artist to scoop two Grammy Awards, joining the likes of music legends Amy Winehouse and Adele.
On the night, at which she praised the "incredible" female artists nominated for awards, she picked up Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Dance Category.
Glastonbury Festival will return for its 50th anniversary on 24 June 2020.
Sir Paul McCartney, Diana Ross and Taylor Swift have already been confirmed as headliners.