LIAM Gallagher has ended his feud with brother Noel saying ‘I love you and this is our year’ as an Oasis reunion is predicted for 2021.
The famous brothers’ fractious relationship has been well documented in the press for years, having started during the peak of Oasis’ fame.
Liam Gallagher has ended his feud with his brother Noel as hopes for an Oasis reunion in 2021 build Credit: Getty – Contributor
The pair traded verbal blows on numerous occasions until the band finally split in 2009, with more insults being slung at one another in the months and years that followed.
Despite this, Oasis fans have been desperate for the siblings to reunite the band and get back on stage, and as 2021 dawned, Liam appeared to offer everyone some hope.
Taking to Twitter, the 48-year-old singer wrote to his older brother, who reportedly turned down £100m for an Oasis reunion in the past: “HNY Noel love you long time 2021 is our year c’mon you know LG x”.
While Noel, 53, is yet to respond, fans tweeted their hopes for an Oasis reunion and the brothers finally making amends.
The brothers have an infamously fraught relationship Credit: Getty – Contributor
Liam tweeted his love to his brother as 2021 arrived
Noel is yet to respond to his younger brother’s message Credit: Getty – Contributor
One wrote: “I hope it happens this year, Liam. Just a nice drink together would be grand.”
Another tweeted: “At this point I think Noel and Liam restoring their family is far better than Oasis getting back together. Like don’t get me wrong it’d be great but I think them to reconciling would be far better.”
A third added: “I’d love nowt more for you two to get back on speaking terms first then think about a reunion. I’d f***ing love to be there though if you do get back together though.”
Meanwhile Ladbrokes have given an Oasis reunion in 2021 odds of 10/1.
Bookies have given odds of 10/1 for an Oasis reunion in 2021 Credit: Getty – Contributor
The bookies make it just a 10/1 shot Noel and Liam Gallagher put their differences aside and roll with a reunion of some sort before the end of 2021.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Little By Little the odds of Oasis getting back together are shortening so fans may well get their wish this year.”