Britain’s most successful female singer of the last year is the latest name to be added to the star-studded Isle of Wight Festival.
Singer-songwriter Emeli Sande, whose best selling album Our Version of Events has topped the charts, has been unveiled today as the latest act on the line up next year.
Earlier this year the 25-year-old performed at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games.
Also joining the line-up are Ben Howard and Newton Faulkner.
The additions come just three days after it was revealed that rock band The Killers will headline Saturday night.
The Las Vegas band, one of the most successful of the last decade, were revealed as the final headline act at Seaclose Park.
They join the Stone Roses, who will take to the stage on Friday night and Bon Jovi, who will close the festival with a Sunday evening spectacular.
The Isle of Wight Festival, from June 13 to 16 will also see UK festival exclusive appearances from Jake Bugg, The Script, Bloc Party, Paloma Faith, The Maccabees, Ellie Goulding, Blondie and many more acts still to be announced.