Liam Gallagher confirmed Oasis will perform a benefit gig to aid the NHS amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The rock band's lead singer, 47, confirmed the news over Twitter and he insisted it will go ahead to his very eager followers.
Liam promised the gig would blow his fans' knickers off at the gig to raise money for NHS staff.
However, the rocker said he was still unsure on whether his brother Noel wants to take part or not.
On Twitter, he excitedly shared: "I wanna clear a few things up: Oasis gig for National Health Service charity as in all money raised goes to NHS – not to me – will happen with or without Noel Gallagher.
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"It may not be the same [without Noel], but trust me, it’ll still blow you knickers off. As you were LG x."
Liam has yet to find out from Noel whether his brother will be up for the gig.
Oasis broke up after an explosive backstage row broke out in 2009 between the Gallagher brothers which sparked a long-running family feud.
Liam demanded a charity gig on Twitter a few days ago, and has since confirmed it will go ahead
He later begged his brother over Twitter to break his silence on the charity show but to no avail as Noel has remained silent.
"C'mon NOEL GALLAGHER" he begged.
A fan tweeted the singer back and said they "loved" the way he wasn't stopping until Noel replies.
Liam said it will happen whether his brother agrees to it or not
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They penned: "I love it! Ramp that s**t up Liam. Don't stop till you hit the stage with Noel. Let's goooooo!!!!!"
The star wrote back: "Exactly I’m gonna go in hard he vanished for 1 love nowhere to hide for coronavirus".
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Fans were rooting for the boys to get back on-stage in a bid to raise funds for NHS workers as they work day and night trying to tackle the ongoing deadly virus.
A total of 578 people have died from coronavirus in the UK, the latest Department for Health figures show.
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