Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses revealed that he's still willing to perform with AC/DC even after the band's Rock or Bust World Tour. According to the 54-year-old singer, he'll stay with AC/DC if guitarist Angus Young still wants him to be the group's vocalist.

Rose officially became the replacement of former vocalist Brian Johnson in the Australian rock band after the latter decided to leave the group in April this year due to hearing issues, according to Billboard. During that time, the band was going through the European leg of world tour.

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Now that AC/DC's tour is about to end on Sept. 20 with their final concert at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center, there have been talks about Rose's possible future with the band. The Guns N' Roses frontman clarified these speculations during a recent interview for the Sept. 4 edition of Fantastico, the weekly news magazine of Brazilian television network Globo TV.

"I'll do that as long as Angus wants to do it and as long as... we can make it work," he said about performing with AC/DC. "Guns is really supportive about it. I love that it's my job. I love that Angus is my boss. And singing the early Brian songs - the first couple of albums with Brian - those are something else to sing, so it's physically a different animal and another kind of work."

As noted by Rose, now that the North American leg of Guns N' Rose's Not in This Lifetime Tour is over, he can go back to AC/DC to finish the last U.S. tour dates for Rock or Bust. According to Rose, he could still be AC/DC's vocalist if Young still wants to keep the band intact once the tour ends.

"After this [Guns N' Roses' North American tour], there's a few days [off], and then I'll do another ten shows with AC/DC," Rose said. "and After that, it's kind of, whatever Angus wants to do."