WATCH: Can we expect an Oasis reunion?

WATCH: Can we expect an Oasis reunion?

Noel Gallagher appeared on Jonathan Ross over the weekend in which he talked about his new band amongst his loves and hates within the music business.

TV host Ross also quizzed Noel about a possible Oasis reunion recalling an incident where the Gallagher brother said “he would reform with Oasis on the day Jonathan Ross returns to work for the BBC.”

And as Ross has return to work for the BBC earlier this year he asked Noel “Are you a man of your word?”

In which Noel unsurprisingly answered "I don't see it happening when I close my eyes, but never say never."

Though never say never is good enough for us.

Watch the full interview here:

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