It's a Christmas miracle! Liam Gallagher says he and his brother have reached a truce.
The former Oasis frontman tweeted Noel, saying "thanks for everything - looking forward to seeing you tomorrow".
After fans were left confused, Liam replied to one message, saying "He's already reached out .... We're all good again".
The Gallagher brother's fued is one of the most notorious in rock and roll history, giving rise to quotes like "He’s like a man with a fork in a world of soup" and "I’m trying to soar like an eagle and I’m being asked to comment on the ramblings of a common pigeon."
After the release of their first single supersonic in 1994 a recording from an NME interview made the charts because the brothers spent it arguing about whether getting thrown of a ferry was rock and roll.
The arguments continued over the next 5 years, Noel hits Liam with a cricket bat, Liam questions the legitimacy of Noels child and Noel punches Liam splitting his lip. Finally in 2009, Noel announced that he's leaving the band.
The pair have since moved on, Noel with the High flying birds, or "Turds" as Liam called them and Liam with his band Beady Eye.
However, in a move that some are calling a Christmas miracle, yesterday Liam tweeted Noel that he was looking forward to seeing him
After fans were left confused, Liam wrote "He's already reached out .... We're all good again".