Stars rumoured to be appearing at the February 15th event include Coldplay, pop diva Madonna, reunited boy band and Take That.
Meanwhile, confirmed are Oasis, and brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher are reportedly locked in a bitter feud - over who will sing at the Awards.
The brothers have agreed to perform at the star-studded bash next month, but didn’t decide who would take lead vocals on the song they perform. A source told Daily Mirror newspaper: “It’s hilarious. They’re both really keen to perform but they’re at each others throats over who gets to sing.“Noel is insisting on singing whatever song they choose to perform and then Liam kicked off because he said he doesn’t want to stand at the back of the stage while Noel steals the limelight.”
However the rowing pair are said to have agreed to perform with musician Paul Weller at the awards ceremony. The source revealed: “Oasis are in discussions to play with Paul Weller. He’s receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Brits and the idea is they all jam together.”
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