Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn are at it again. No, not falling out – making music together.
The pair put aside their Britpop rivalry two years ago and made music history by joining together on stage for charity.
And fans who thought such a miracle was just a one-off could not be more wrong.
I’m told that the Oasis and Blur pair are teaming up again this weekend for a special performance at one of 2015’s biggest rock ’n’ roll parties. Damon has invited Noel to join him on stage for Clash bassist Paul Simon's 60th birthday bash.
You can only imagine how that is going to end once they’ve hit the free bar.
A music insider said: “Damon and Noel get on really well these days and have put all their differences behind them. Noel loves playing no matter where it is and it was an easy yes when Damon asked if he wanted to play guitar with him this weekend. There’s a whole load of rock stars invited, so no doubt a bunch of the other guests will end up on stage, too.” Noel and Damon were arch enemies back in the Nineties when Oasis and Blur went head to head in the charts.
But they performed together for the first time at a gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust in 2013 alongside Graham Coxen and Paul Weller.
And I told this summer how the pair are even planning to get into the studio for a joint session.
It’s no fun when everyone gets on together.