It appears that at least some of the members of Pink Floyd may be taking part in the closing ceremony of the London Olympics on August 12. During a recent interview with an Australian radio station, British pop sensation Ed Sheeran announced that he would be "doing a song with Pink Floyd…'Wish You Were Here.'"
When pressed for specifics about the performance, Sheeran admitted that the entire band would not be participating, "'cause they don't get on." He added, "Nick Mason's on the drums and I think [organizers are] trying to get someone else."
After Sheeran's comments began circulating in the media, the band was quick to issue a statement denying its involvement with the event.
"In response to press speculation, Pink Floyd state that the band is NOT performing at the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games," reads the announcement, according to NME.com.
As for whether Mason himself will be playing at the event, the drummer wrote in a Twitter message on Thursday, "Although this has been discussed as far as I am aware it is not yet confirmed."
The artists who are confirmed to play during the ceremony include The Who, George Michael and The Kaiser Chiefs.
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