Liam Gallagher says Noel turned down $ 100 million Oasis reunion, but ‘never say’

Liam Gallagher says Noel turned down $ 100 million Oasis reunion, but 'never say'

Liam Gallagher has revealed that his brother Noel turned down $ 100 million for the Oasis reunion – but he has not ruled it out entirely.

48-year-old singer Jonathan Rose said on the show that they were close for a band reunion earlier this year, until his brother decided to turn it down.

He also says that Noel must admit that he is contributing to the problem before he can think of a compromise.

Speaking on the ITV show, he told the host: “When someone offers you കുറച്ച് 100 million to do a few gigs and that man, you’re going to go, ‘Okay, yeah …’ Lots of money.

Liam Gallagher on the Jonathan Rose Show

“It was 100 100 million to do a tour, and I’m thinking, ‘I’m not advertising *** head, do you know what I mean? I can get some out of it.’ Isn’t he in it? Isn’t he after a knighthood? “

However, the actor scoffed that it could still happen in the future, adding, “Never say no.”

But Liam fears that this will not happen as soon as fans want Noel to believe he has a problem.

The actor joked about a reunion in the future

The brothers returned in 2008

The actor continued: “I think we both have a problem and I think the problem is he doesn’t have a problem.

“He thinks I have two problems. At the same time, I’m a problem. I’m half the problem, while he can not think I’re the whole problem. He needs to take on some problems.

“The moment he does, we’re moving forward.”

The former band split in 2009 and fans want to see them reunite.

Liam and Noel Gallagher

Liam shared: “He doesn’t have to own his problem [I haven’t spoken to him]. I don’t think that will happen. “

This happened after the couple’s reunion rumors spread when the lost demo of the song Out Out There was released earlier this year, and Liam wanted to reunite a few months after the corona virus pandemic broke out to raise money for the NHS.

However, it seems that the brothers’ fans will continue to want this to happen.

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