Rumors of David Bowie returning to the stage continue to persist, even though the singer and his representatives have said it won't happen.
The Mirror reports that Live Nation has offered Bowie a lucrative deal to play live at the Olympic Park in East London in 2014. The tabloid notes that the company has close links with Bowie's tour agent John Giddings and are confident of securing a deal.
The Mirror goes on to quote a source close to Bowie who says that while he "currently [has] no live dates planned," he isn't completely against playing live again.
A spokesperson for Bowie refuted the report, telling NME: "There are currently no plans for any live dates."
Bowie is rumored to be in the running to headline the 2014 Glastonbury Festival.
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