Gallaghers on 'good terms' but no reunion in sight

Gallaghers on 'good terms' but no reunion in sight

Noel and Liam Gallagher are on "good terms".

The brothers and former Oasis bandmates fell out in 2009 and are believed to have refrained from speaking to each other ever since but Noel has now revealed they have begun building bridges.

According to The Sun newspaper, he told the December issue of Q magazine: "We're on good terms, as good as we can be."

However, contrary to increasing speculation that they're planning to reunite for the 20th anniversary of Oasis' second album '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?', Noel insists there is no reunion on the cards.

He added: "I'm f**king looking forward to spoiling everybody's party next year. We won't be doing it."

Meanwhile, the 47-year-old rocker recently revealed that he is still good friends with his former bandmates Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - who joined his brother Liam's band Beady Eye after their falling out.

He said previously: "I was with some of Beady Eye the other night and they are still plugging away. They're good lads. We all got completely s**t-faced and we talked nonsense for hours. It was good."

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