The woman who is often credited with breaking up The Beatles wants their self-styled modern day counterparts to reform.
John Lennon's widower Yoko Ono has spoken out on her weekly online question and answer session that she enjoyed the group from Manchester's music and believes the industry "needs" them.
She said: "I love Oasis. We need the power of goodness like them. The goodness is shining from their music. I hope they will make more albums."
Despite Liam Gallagher announcing yesterday that he was happy he and his brother had gone their separate ways, the 77-year-old peace activist is hoping they can reconcile and continue to produce great music.
Gallagher recently announced he had started a new group called Beady Eye along with his former bandmates Gem Archer, Chris Sharrock and Andy Bell.
Ono also discussed working with The Flaming Lips adding: "I love their music. Something can happen in the future."