Pharrell Williams says his dream would be to reunite the warring Gallagher brothers for the ultimate collaboration.
Pharrell Williams wants to reunite the Gallagher brothers for a collaboration.
The 'Happy' chart-topper says his dream duet would be with warring Oasis bandmates Liam and Noel Gallagher, who haven't spoken since a backstage punch-up at a French festival in 2009.
The fight put an end to the Brit pop band, with Noel founding rock group Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Liam fronting Beady Eye, but Pharrell is still hoping for a reconciliation.
Pharrell told BBC Newsbeat: ''Who wouldn't want to work with the Gallaghers? Yeah, both of them.''
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