Oasis ‘will get back together’ insists secret woman behind their success

An Oasis reunion has been swirling since Noel Gallagher sensationally quit the Britpop band in 2009.

Both Liam and Noel have come embroiled in a bitter war of the words ever since, and speculation has mounted over whether the brother can work past their differences and reunite Oasis.

Despite the former Oasis frontman telling his 3.1million fans Noel called him up "begging" for a reunion, his older sibling hit back claiming the remarks were simply untrue.

But one woman, Katrina Russell, claims she knows the band will get reform again.

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While many note the Gallagher brothers as the dynamic duo behind the group's success, there was also a secret female powerhouse who was instrumental in Oasis' global achievements.

Katrina Russell, who worked at Creation Records, played a starring role in how the band were managed during their heyday in the late 1990s.

Speaking to Cornwall Live, Katrina admitted their brotherly bond will bring the family members back together.

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"The fans will get a reunion at some point, blood is thicker than water, they're brothers," she said.

"It doesn't matter what the wives and the journalists say, what they went through together you can't underestimate."

However, Katrina admitted fans shouldn't gear up for global performances.

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"I don't think it'll be a world tour but you'll get a big gig."

Katrina's remarks come after Noel discussed reconciling during an interview with The Sunday Times.

"Our family has never been close. I don't know one person, one single person, in my life who is living in the perfect family. Not one."

The This Is The Place singer then added: "Reconciliation is a good thing."

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