As the Glastonbury rumour mill continues to spin, one name you can take off is that of Noel Gallagher - who now denies he'll be down at Worthy Farm this June.
The High Flying Birds man has long been rumoured to perform at the Somerset festival, either as a solo star or with some kind of a miraculous Oasis reunion.
Now however, he's taken his horse from the race.
"It doesn't look like I'm going to be playing, I'm not even going now," Gallagher told NME. "I would do it though, if I was asked. I haven't been asked though. I think I've made other plans."
Keep in mind, this tends to be a standard line to tread for artists who've been booked ahead of the announcement. Dave Grohl recently said the very same thing to Gigwise, but Foo Fighters remain favourites to headline.
Last month, Gallagher was talking to the XFM Breakfast Show with Jon Holmes, when the guitar hero remained typically coy about Glasto rumours..
"No it's still very much up in the air as far as I know," said Noel. "If I'm not playing, I'm going! So I'll be there. I always keep that weekend free if I can. I will state again I'm available, I'm gonna be there, shall I bring my amp and guitar? Shall I?"
Meanwhile, Gallagher is set to headline Caling Festival in London, with his own UK tour kicking off next month following the release of new album, Chasing Yesterday. For tickets and more information, visit here.