Noel Gallagher confirms he’s ready for an Oasis reunion
Los Angeles, August 27: Rock legend Noel Gallagher has admitted he is ready to reunite his band Oasis, despite his ongoing feud with his brother Liam.
The Manchester brothers became famous after a brutal falling out before Oasis split in 2009, and ever since, Liam has been urging his older brother Noel for a reunion on Twitter, Mirror.co.uk reports.
It’s now possible that Liam and Noel are ready to reunite amidst the constant pressure from Oasis fans for the feuding brothers to bring the iconic ’90s band back together. Despite their ongoing rift, Noel brings up the idea of the whole band getting back together – insisting he and Liam must be a part of it to make it work.
According to Mirror.co.uk, Noel, 56, is said to have confirmed the unexpected news during a question-and-answer session at the Rose Theater in Kingston. When asked by an audience member during a recent chat about who should be included in the Oasis reunion line-up, Noel replied: “So I’m… Liam… Well, it’s funny because we’re all of a certain age now.”
“Hair was a thing that was on Oasis, so we’ll have to see what everyone’s hair looks like. I’m on duty no matter what. This isn’t going anywhere. I don’t know. Look, I’m William and a bunch of damn birds,” he added.
It comes after Noel recently insisted that it’s up to his brother to make peace so Oasis can get back together. Noel called Liam a “coward” on Twitter and complained that his brother would never make the call to reunite Oasis because he said he was “all talk”.
He continued, “Well, I made it clear there. He (Liam) won’t call… I mean, he should call me, because he’s going on forever. I’d have thought by now, he would.” “You have some kind of plan. He doesn’t have to talk to me. He won’t talk to me, he’s a coward. So he should have some of his people, his agent, call up my people and say, ‘Look, that’s what we’re thinking.'”
“And then we’ll have a chat about it,” he told talkSPORT. “Until then, he’s a bit disingenuous.”
Oasis broke up in 2009 and the brothers have barely spoken since then. However, Noel reached out to Liam via social media, and asked his brother to contact him to discuss the idea. In response to a fan on Twitter who asked Liam if there was a “small percentage” of the group getting back together, the rock and roll star replied: “It happens.”
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