Liam's Gallagher's charitable Oasis gig is going ahead with or without brother Noel Gallagher.
The Wall of Glass hitmaker, who has been self-isolating since the coronavirus outbreak, demanded his older sibling get in touch so they could organise a one-off Oasis concert, with all money raised donated to the NHS.
He told his 3.1million followers he's keen to host a performance following the health service's tremendous efforts in helping to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this week, he wrote: "Right sick of pleading begging etc no more olive branches.
Referencing the life-threatening bug, he added: "I demand an Oasis reunion after this is all over all money going to NHS c’mon you know As we were LG x."
But with Noel failing to make any comment surrounding the could-be reunion, fans soon asked if the gig would be going ahead.
Liam insisted the concert will be takin place, and his brother would "regret" not agreeing to take part.
He wrote: "NHS biblical."
One fan then asked: "Are you definitely going to do the NHS gig? Even if Mr Miserable doesn’t want to do the oasis thing you’d be biblical anyway. Get Bonehead involved too."
"Of course the show must go on he’ll regret it," Liam replied.
Liam's praise for the NHS comes hours after it was revealed student nurses and doctors will be put on the NHS frontline in order to help deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
Sir Simon Stevens told the chief nursing officer for England’s summit in Birmingham that up to 18,000 third-year undergraduate nurses would be invited to join the workforce.
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