The Rolling Stones are set to invite former members Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor back into the fold for their 50th anniversary shows at the O2 Arena.
The Rolling Stones finally put fans out of their misery earlier this year, organising a handful of shows for their 50th anniversary. However the announcement merely sparked more speculation - would the group invite former members onstage?
Original bass player Bill Wyman departed in 1992, while guitarist Mick Taylor fuelled iconic albums such as 'Exile On Main Street' before leaving the band in 1972. This afternoon the band posted a new video, and also shared some news with fans.
It seems that talks have been under way, and that the Rolling Stones will indeed by joined by both Wyman and Taylor at their O2 Arena shows. A no doubt emotional occasion, the move seals off both dates as suitable celebrations for the band's 50th anniversary.
Elsewhere, The Rolling Stones have unveiled a new video for 'Doom & Gloom'. A return to form for the iconic outfit, the single has won airplay across the globe and now comes equipped with a video which features 'Prometheus' star Noomi Rapace, zombies and plenty of bank notes.
Watch it below.