A recent report from The Daily Star is claiming that Robert Plant is “mulling over” a Led Zeppelin reunion despite saying the chances for the band’s return are very slim.
A “well-placed source” said:
“Everyone around the band is buzzing. Jimmy and Robert are talking again and discussing how to celebrate the big [50th] anniversary. Realistically this will be the last time that the band has a reason to reunite.
“At the moment there are many things on the table being discussed and obviously playing live is one of them. If they won’t play, then they will get other stars out on stage playing their hits and then they would join in.”
Vocalist Robert Plant has commented on this report, telling Press Association when asked if Led Zep would be getting back together on stage to perform for the band’s 50th anniversary:
“Only in a chip shop in Camden Town! I think that’s about as close as we will get to it! We are very pleased and glad with our very, very short career. If you think about it, it’s only 12 years. We get on OK, but, you know…”