Eighties pop legends Spandau Ballet are set to reform after the band was offered a lucrative performance deal in Las Vegas. The band, which split up in 1989, has been offered $4 million (GBP2 million) by British property developer World Capital Partners to appear at the opening of a new luxury development in the city. And a long-running feud between frontman Tony Hadley and bandmates Gary and Martin Kemp has reportedly been ended to accommodate the reunion. A source tells British newspaper The Independent, "It has always been quite complicated because the band has a different manager to (Hadley's bandmates) the Kemp brothers, because they fell out with them a while back. "But since this offer was tabled, both managers have met and it looks very promising."