Ringo Starr To Present Brit Award To Oasis

The Beatle will be at the ceremony next week

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Former Beatle Ringo Starr will reportedly be the guest presenter of the Brit Award for “Outstanding Achievement” to Oasis, at the ceremony taking place next week.

As previously reported, Oasis are due to close the Brit Awards ceremony on February 14, although Oasis’ Noel Gallagher has already stated that their performance will be “nothing special”.

Rumours have it that Johnny Depp was due to present Oasis with their award, but the choice of Starr is much more logical, considering The Beatles’ influence on Oasis. Plus, their drummer, Zak Starkey is Ringo’s son, making it a truly family affair!

Noel Gallgher, meanwhile, has announced that he will headline two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall as part of The Teenage Cancer Trust series.

He plays acoustic and ‘with friends’ on March 26 and 27.

For more details about this years Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, click here

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