Noel Gallagher insists it will take an astronomical figure for him to end his feud with his younger brother Liam and reunite Oasis.
Noel Gallagher says it will take an enormous amount of money for him to reform Oasis to headline Glastonbury.
The 51-year-old guitarist has so far resisted the urge to reunite with his brother Liam Gallagher since he quit the band in August 2009 following a huge backstage bust-up between the two siblings and he insists the fee needed for him to get back on stage with the singer would need to be astronomical.
Speaking at the Q Awards at The Roundhouse in London on Wednesday (17.10.18), he joked: ''Oasis are playing Glastonbury, yeah ... I can exclusively reveal that now.''
When the figure £5 million was suggested to him as a possible pay day to bring Oasis back, he scoffed: ''How much money would it take to get us back together for Glastonbury? Quite a lot! Five million?! My f***ing kids would want five million! We were massive! It'd be more than five million!''
Noel - who took home two prizes from the ceremony, Best Solo Act and Outstanding Contribution To Music - also ruled out ever writing an autobiography documenting his time in the 'Supersonic' group and his fractious relationship with his brother Liam, 46.
The 'AKA... What a Life!' hitmaker insists he doesn't have the patience or the willingness to pen a tome and is happy to let his legacy live on in his music.
Noel - who attended the awards show with his wife Sara MacDonald - said: ''I know people who've written books. They have to get home early from a night out to write it. It's bulls**t! My book would be very short. It'd be. I was born on this day ... and it was great ever since.' There'd be too much swearing in it, too.''
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