NOEL AND LIAM GALLAGHER 'SECRETLY BOOKS THREE DATES AT WEMBLEY ARENA FOR AN OASIS REUNION TOUR BEFORE TALKS COLLAPSED'

Noel and Liam Gallagher are said to have 'secretly booked' three dates at London's Wembley Arena for an Oasis reunion tour this year. 

The two brothers reportedly planned to reunite at the London stadium on July 8, 9 and 10 in a bid to mend their previous rift.

Noel, 57, and Liam, 51, have been embroiled in a very public feud ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up. 

But now it is believed that the pair will have to wait to put their differences behind them.

According to The Mirror, the highly-awaited gig will not go ahead after all and the brothers have reportedly 'cancelled' their plans.

'An Oasis reunion has been hoped for for years. This year would have been the big moment, 30 years on from their debut album Definitely Maybe,' a source said.

'But until now, no one has known how close Liam and Noel came to making it a reality. 

'It doesn't get much closer than booking Wembley, and their teams were devastated when it all collapsed yet again.'

MailOnline has contacted Noel's representatives for a comment. 

Last year Liam was reportedly told to mend his rift with his estranged brother Noel so their mother Peggy can enjoy her 80th birthday with her sons.

Former Oasis star Liam, took his mother on a spa break ahead of her birthday  and Peggy is said to have told Liam to try and get on with Noel once again

An insider told The Sun: 'In recent years there has been distance within the family, especially with Liam and Noel at war. 

'Peggy has told Liam to mend the rift and she is hoping there will be genuine reconciliation.

'Peggy was in a reflective mood and it would be the best birthday present if they’d finally make some steps towards patching up their feud.' 

Liam took his mother to the five-star Cliveden House in Berkshire to enjoy a break ahead of her birthday. 

He was there with his fiancée Debbie Gwyther and his three children Molly, 24, Lennon, 23, and Gene, 21, as well as his older brother Paul.

Earlier this year Noel confirmed he would like an Oasis reunion but in a format that may come as a surprise to fans. 

He revealed he was utterly blown away by the quality of the Abba Voyage show in London, which uses avatars of the band.

Abba Voyage recreates the sight of Abba in their 1970s prime, playing hits like Waterloo, Mamma Mia and Lay All Your Love On me.

And when asked about the possibility of an Oasis hologram show while speaking to Matt Morgan for his podcast he said yes. 

Noel told the show: 'I was very impressed by it to be honest but yeah, if anybody wants to do an Oasis one, give us a shout. I would be bang up for it.

'Id say 'great', speak to that guy over there and then come up with a figure and then he'll relay it to me and I'll say either yes or no.'

His surprising comment comes just weeks after his brother Liam shut down any speculation that Oasis could be set to reunite, after rumours swirled that the group were planning to get back together.

The singer, who appeared on the Jonathan Ross Show in March, and was quick to insist he hasn't spoken to his brother Noel 'for 10 years.'

Quizzed by Jonathan on the age-old rumours, Liam quickly said: 'I haven't spoken to him for about 10 years, 2009 I think.'

Oasis - known for the likes of Wonderwall and She's Electric - sensationally split in 2009 after a backstage bust-up between the warring brothers.

In the 14 years that have followed, Liam and Noel have traded bitter insults back and forth in interviews and over social media.

Last year, Liam posted a major hint towards an Oasis reunion, reaching out to his elder brother for a 'cuddle', while declaring: 'Oasis till I die.'

He wrote: 'Listen I love Rkid he's going through a lot of shizzle at the moment and it'll work itself out he knows where I am if he needs a cuddle n a hug Oasis till I die LG x'

The cryptic message received over 20,000 likes as fans began to get their hopes up of long-awaited tour dates. 

Liam was a guest on the show alongside John Squire to discuss their brand new album, which is set to reach the number one spot in the official charts this week.

Revealing how they came to work together, Liam explained: 'Down Knebworth, John came down to play on one of the tunes at the end. 

'So in the rehearsals leading up to it, I hadn't seen him for ages, so I said 'what have you been up to?' and he said ''I've been writing some tunes.'' I said ''Who's singing them?'' and he went ''well, you are.'' And I was gonna have a year off and that, you know what I mean? So it's his fault.'

Asked who his first choice was for the songs, Liam said to John 'you were looking out for a girl weren't ya? And then you ended up with this sort'. John jokes: 'Yeah, I need new management!'

Explaining why they wanted to work together, John said: 'We know each other's music knowledge inside out, I knew we'd always be on the same page.

Noel's announcement comes after he was revealed as the latest star to join the cast of Disney Plus's latest hit documentary, Camden.

He is set to star along some of the UK's most talented musicians, including Executive Producer Dua Lipa, Coldplay's Chris Martin

Much about the singer's role in the series is kept under wraps but TV buffs can expect to see him reveal some untold stories of how the borough influenced his music career.

He will appear alongside other huge stars in the business including Little Simz, Yungblud, Pete Doherty and Carl Barat of The Libertines, Mark Ronson, Nile Rodgers, Boy George, Suggs from Madness and the Black Eyed Peas.

Camden will premiere on May 29, exclusively on Disney+ and will be available on Hulu in the U.S.

Set in London's beating heart of music CAMDEN reveals the untold stories of how the lives and careers of some of the world's most iconic artists were influenced by this corner of London. 

Through archive footage, observational filming and interviews, Disney will explore Camden's rich history.

Hearing from world renowned musicians as they relive their Camden experiences; from their very first gigs to sell out concerts, the highs & lows of nights out and a youth spent discovering music.

Camden is a celebration of the vibrancy and rebellion of counter culture as seen through the eyes of some of the most exciting artists, both past and present. 

It's a love letter to a place in London that has changed lives, and somewhere that remains a unique hotbed of creativity to this very day. 

The Original series is produced by Lightbox, the production company founded by Simon Chinn and Emmy-winning producer Jonathan Chinn.

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