Fresh from their 50th anniversary tour, The Rolling Stones have hinted they may be rocking the stage at the 2013 BRIT Awards next month.
The band have been nominated for Best British Live act but it seems they may be making an appearance in more ways than one with the band hinting they could be joining the likes of Emeli Sande, Robbie Williams, One Direction and Mumford & Sons on stage.
The Stones, which is made up of Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts - have spoken of their excitement to take on the stage at at the award ceremony.
"Onstage is where we belong. When I'm up there with Mick, Charlie and Ronnie, everything is rocking, so a big thanks to Brit fans and the Brits nom!'' Keith told The Sun.
Mick echoed Keith speaking of their performance on the O2 stage for their 50th anniversary.
"We all had such a blast. Everyone was at the top of their game and the hometown audiences at The O2 were just fantastic. It's great to be nominated... we'll see you soon.''
The Rolling Stones are up against Muse, Mumford & Sons, Coldlay and The Vaccines in the Best British Live Act category.
May the best band win! The BRIT awards will take place this February 20.