A flurry of tweets last night from former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has seen betting suspended on the band reforming for Glastonbury this summer.
Between 6.30 and 9pm last night the singer tweeted five separate messages spelling out the band's name before writing "Oasis", signed with "LG".
His messages on the social networking site came on the day that Glastonbury resale tickets were made available to the public.
Bookmakers reacted to his cryptic tweets by immediately suspending betting on Oasis - who broke-up in 2009 following Noel Gallagher's decision to quit - playing the infamous festival.
'Liam Gallagher' also became the top trending topic in the UK after his tweets, with fans writing about their excitement over the possibility of the band reforming.
Noel left the band in 2009 after a backstage row with brother Liam and if the band reunited it would be on the 20th anniversary of their hit album Definitely Maybe.
Since leaving the band, Noel started a band called Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds while Liam and the rest of Oasis formed Beady Eye.