Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Pharrell Williams

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Is it possible for famously feuding brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher to not look back in anger?

Pharrell Williams sure hopes so.

While chatting with BBC News' Radio 1, the 40-year-old record producer revealed that he would love to collaborate with the brothers and, in the process, reunite their band Oasis.

"Who wouldn't want to work with the Gallaghers? Yeah, both of them," Williams said.

The siblings had a huge falling out back in 2009 when Noel left the group after years of turbulence between the two. Noel went on to release some solo material, while Liam continued to work with the remaining Oasis band members under the name Beady Eye.

Time will tell, of course, if the Grammy winner can actually make that happen.

In the meantime, Williams is keeping himself busy preparing for the Oscars. (As well as continuing to wear those really big hats of his!)

It was announced on Tuesday that the singer is slated to perform his Academy Award-nominated song "Happy" from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack.

Other nominees in the Best Original Song category include U2's "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Karen O's "The Moon Song" from Her and "Let It Go" from the Disney hit Frozen

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