Pop fans had to readjust their radio dials this evening after it was announced that 1970s supergroup Pink Floyd had split after having got back together just hours before, at a concert at the O2 Arena yesterday.
Floyd stars Roger Waters and David Gilmour were onstage to perform their classic album The Wall, joined by drummer Nick Mason at the London venue, and the trio agreed to re-form.
Trouble flared, however, when Waters played a wrong chord during the group's trademark hit Another Brick In The Wall part 2, causing some hard stares between himself and Gilmour, and Mason smashed a cymbal especially loudly.
Fans at the gig didn't realise it was all for real, and cheered the moodiness thinking it was all male bravado and part of the show.
Only later did it materialise that they'd meant it.
Artistes are such impulsive types, aren't they?