Robert Plant Turns Down £500 million Led Zeppelin Reunion Contract
For all those hoping to see Led Zeppelin live one day, don't get your hopes too high. According to a CNN report, the band's lead singer Robert Plant turned down a £500 million contract as proposed by Sir Richard Branson, who happens to be a huge fan of the band.
The contract was said to be for a tour consisting of 35 dates, with an offer to extend the tour if the so wished. Allegedly, all of the other members were in, while Plant asked for an additional 2 days to think about it and ultimately declining.
Do you think LZ will ever reunite?