Pink Floyd will not be part of the closing ceremony for the Summer Olympics in London, despite rumors to the contrary. The speculation began when British troubadour Ed Sheeran told an Australian radio station that he would be playing at the ceremony and that "a lot of people think that I'm doing a song with the Who, but I'm not. I'm doing a song with Pink Floyd," although he later qualified that at the moment it's only drummer Nick Mason who will be part of the performance. Pink Floyd's camp quickly issued a statement that, "In response to press speculation, Pink Floyd state that the band is NOT performing at the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games." The Who has confirmed it will perform -- though Roger Daltrey has acknowledged the group's spot will be pre-recorded and lip-synced -- while speculation is rampant about who else might be taking part.