Hip hop titan Jay-Z has been announced as one of the headliners for this year's Glastonbury.
Eavis claimed he wanted to "Break with tradition this time and put on something totally different."
"He will appeal to the young people and under-25s for sure, so that's a big pull for them,” Eavis added.
"It's not like the traditional one we do, like Radiohead, Coldplay and Muse and Oasis."
Neil Diamond and Hot Chip were confirmed earlier this week for the weekend, which runs from 27th ‘til the 29th of June.
Meanwhile those funsters Radiohead have been adding fuel to the rumour fire by hinting they may also be playing.
Guitarist Jonny Greenwood told the BBC that the band are, “talking about probably going, whether we'll play or do anything musical, I've no idea”.