Bonehead: Oasis aren't reforming
Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs is adamant he would be the first to know if Liam Gallagher wanted to reform Oasis.
Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs claims Liam Gallagher would have told him if Oasis were reforming.
The 48-year-old guitarist reckons he'd be the first to know if the warring Gallagher brothers had put their feud behind them and were reforming the Brit Pop band.
Liam sparked speculation the band were getting back together when he took to Twitter to individually tweet a letter of the band's name every half an hour, sending the internet into meltdown.
The musician told The Sun newspaper: ''Everyone hopes it happens, but there's nothing going on. I met Liam in the pub that evening he tweeted the letters spelling the band and he didn't mention he'd done it. Next thing, reunion talk everywhere.''
However, Bonehead refused to rule out the possibility altogether, adding, ''Never say never.''
The mysterious posts came just two months after Oasis announced they are re-releasing their debut album 'Definitely Maybe' with previously unheard tracks to celebrate the LP's 20th anniversary on May 19.
The band split in August 2009 after Liam, 41, and his brother Noel, 46, had a huge backstage bust-up at a festival near Paris, France.
The pair were spotted avoiding each other this month at the Etihad Stadium, where they watched Manchester City win against West Ham to clinch the Premier League title.