Megan McKenna reveals biggest moment of my life after Glastonbury announcement

Former TOWIE star Megan McKenna has announced she will be performing at this year's Glastonbury Festival.

After leaving the ITV reality show five years ago, Megan, 29, has turned her talents to singing and song writing with the aim of becoming a successful country star.

She even won The X Factor: Celebrity in 2019 one year after releasing her debut studio album, 'Story of Me'.

Simon Cowell’s record label Syco offered her a deal following her victory on The X Factor’s celebrity edition and later joined Michael Ball and Alfie Boe on their tour.

Now her latest announcement proves she is well on her way to achieving her dreams.

Taking to Instagram she wrote: "This is possibly THE biggest moment of my life yet.

"I am playing GLASTONBURY! [rainbow emoji] I’m literally crying with happiness I have worked so hard to finally get here [several crying emojis]

"Baby Megan would be so proud! SEE YOU ALL THERE SUNDAY 26th JUNE!"

Accompanying the caption was a poster which read: "I am playing 2022 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts."

Famous pals rushed to add their congratulations, fellow TOWIE star Gemma Collins commented: "[Several praise emojis] wow well done [followed by another praise emoji]"

Ferne McCann said: "OH MY GOD !"

Followed by a second message which read: "This is insane so proud of you [heart emoji]"

Laura Anderson also added her thoughts, saying: "Unreal meg [praise emoji]"

The iconic festival kicks off on Wednesday, June 22 until Sunday, June 26 – with Megan taking to Glastonbury’s acoustic stage on Sunday.

Last year the TV star opened up about how she had decided to change her image so that the music industry took her more seriously.

One of her changes included having her lip filler dissolved.

She said in an interview with Closer: "It's been hard. I had to have therapy and I had to have help.

"I feel happier, more natural. It got to the point where my lips were the only thing people talked about when I was on TV. I wanted to be known for my voice not my trout pout."

She also admitted to experiencing body dysmorphia.

Opening up on Good Morning Britain, she said: “I look back and I do look at myself and I think, 'What was I even thinking?' But I got myself into this little bubble, I had a bit of body dysmorphia."

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