Robert Plant calls $800 million Led Zeppelin reunion offer 'rubbish'
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones are seen in this December 1, 2012, file photo. Led Zeppelin is reissuing its first three studio albums June 3rd. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
Robert Plant has dismissed rumours suggesting he tore up an $800 million contract to reform Led Zeppelin, with a spokesman branding the story "rubbish".
A report over the weekend suggested the band had signed a lucrative deal with business tycoon Sir Richard Branson to embark on a reunion tour, but the project fell through after Plant pulled out.
However, a spokesman for the veteran singer has now insisted the story is not true, calling the report "rubbish", according to Theguardian.com.