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A tabloid report claims that members of Led Zeppelin will be joining the Foo Fighters onstage at their headline Wembley Stadium shows this weekend.

Dave Grohl of course is a huge fan of the British rock titans and flew over for their one-off O2 Arena show last December. He has apparently been in talks to get members of Zep onboard to perform live with him at Wembley since.

According to the Daily Star, the talks have paid off so Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham will join the Foos at the stadium tonight and tomorrow. Robert Plant won't perform because of his touring commitments with Alison Krauss.

A 'source' told the rag: "He (Dave Grohl) had the night of his life seeing Zep performing together after all these years and was really keen to be involved with them somehow.

"It didn't come off for him to play with them at the time so he suggested they might like to come and do something at a Foos date. Robert Plant is doing his own stuff in the States.

"But Dave has been talking to other members of Zep and they will play three of their own songs with the Foos and see how things go. It's going to be mega."

An unlikely story then, but if it does happen it will truly be phenomenal.

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