Liam Gallagher rebukes Noel’s £100 million price on a reunion: “I’d do it for free”

Will it happen, though?


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Liam Gallagher has rebuked his brother’s comments on an Oasis reunion, in which Noel placed a price of £100 million on reforming the band.

On Instagram, an Oasis fan account reported the news of Noel’s statement on the Jonathan Ross Show, in which he said: “If anybody wants to offer me £100 million now, I’ll say it now, I’ll do it. I’ll do it for £100 million.” His comments likely allude to the claim his brother Liam made in 2020 that Noel turned down £100m for an Oasis reunion.

Oasis Mania
Screenshot: Oasis Mania via Instagram

In the comments of Oasis Mania’s post, however, Liam took the opportunity to directly respond to the quote with his own offer. He simply wrote: “I’d do it for FREE.”

Whether this possible saving of millions of pounds on the cost of a reunion will mean one actually happens remains to be seen as the brothers’ history of tension implies one is not particularly likely to happen.

Relatedly, elsewhere in the Jonathan Ross conversation Noel was asked whether he missed being onstage with his brother. “Not particularly, no”, he replied.

“It’s a different band. It’s a different thing,” he added, referring to his High Flying Birds solo band.


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