MONKEES star Davy Jones has ruled out ever reuniting with his bandmates after launching a scathing attack on his former pals, insisting he has "no time" for them.
The singer has lashed out at Mike Nesmith, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz, accusing guitarist Nesmith of having his head "firmly up his a**".
Jones adds, "(Nesmith)'s not an entertainer in the sense that Micky, Peter and I are. He has his back to the audience half the time.
"(He's) a brilliant businessman (but) as a person, I haven't got time for him. He's very aloof and separate."
Jones accuses Tork of being too disagreeable to work with, while he says of Dolenz, "I couldn't imagine sharing a stage anymore with Micky Dolenz, who doesn't want to play the drums and wants to play the guitar at the front of the stage."
The foursome, who found fame in the 1960s, last performed together in 1997, and, according to Jones, it will never happen again.
He tells the National Enquirer, "It's not a case of dollars and cents. It's a case of satisfying yourself. I don't have anything to prove. The Monkees proved it for me."