Rumours circulated that Noel and Liam Gallagher would perform together for the first time since 2009 ahead of Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert yesterday.
Although the Oasis reunion never materialised, Liam did make a surprise appearance at the Manchester benefit gig, honouring the victims of last month's bombing in the city.
The frontman performed his new single 'Wall of Glass' as well as 'Live Forever', which proved one of the highlights of the show, as tens of thousands of people gathered at Manchester's Old Trafford Cricket Ground.
Following the concert, Liam tweeted this morning a message for his brother and the people of the city...
Liam hadn't been part of the official line-up and denied that he would be making an appearance as he was 'booked elsewhere'. However, in the end he flew back from a gig in Germany to make an appearance in his home city.
Noel is yet to respond to the tweets, but you can imagine he's not going to be happy when he sees his brother blaming him so publicly for failing to show up.
Previously, Liam denied the Oasis rumours. When asked by BBC Radio One whether a reunion was a possibility at all, he said: "No, it ain't. Everyone knows I love our kid. He doesn't speak to me, we don't speak to each other.
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"I'll speak to him some day. It's all very sad, but we'll get over it... I guess it mustn't be nice for my mum... If Oasis ever got back together... if they do, they do. If they don't, they don't.
"A lot of people go, 'Oh, leave it in the past, you were great then'. Mate, if we ever got back together, it would be happening. There'd be no dodgey gigs, it'd be bang on. So there is unfinished business there, but we'll see what happens. In the meantime, we're two little solo boys doing our little things."
However the tweets seem to indicate that although Liam was willing to reform for the one-off gig, Noel declined the invitation.
Ariana Grande was joined by Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Little Mix, Pharrell and others for yesterday's show. Emotions were high as several artists paid tribute to the 22 people who died in the explosion.
It's been reported that the benefit gig raised over £2million, in addition to the more than £2million raised from a page on GoFundMe.
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