Here's a third follow-up to a story that broke last month when Robert Plant was photographed in London's Abbey Road Studio alongside Nile Rodgers.
At that time there was speculation that they were collaborating on a new Honeydrippers album, the first of which they collaborated on in 1984.
But last week, Rodgers said that Plant was there to record vocals for a new album from Rodgers. He said, "When I was first diagnosed with cancer, the doctor told me to contemplate life. I was like, 'I'm going to do more collaborations than I've ever done before, more concert shows than I've ever done.' And that's what I'll continue to do."
Also helping out Rodgers on the disc are Bruno Mars and Jorja Smith.
But now Plant has re-tweeted the photo from December, with a caption referring to The Honeydrippers. So, either Plant and Rodgers don't have their stories straight, or there's more to it than just the Rodgers solo album.