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Gabby Logan addresses moment husband put Liam Gallagher in a headlock over sport debate
Steph McGovern admits she 'starved' herself while on BBC Breakfast“You can imagine having a scrap at the Sandy Lane bar with Liam Gallagher would probably have ended Kenny’s public life," she added, according to The Sun.Gabby previously told the Sunday Express how the night ended up being a 12-hour long drinking marathon.She spilled: "We started at 3pm and finished at 3am and Liam didn't disappoint."If you're going to spend a night drinking with a rock'n'roll star, he absolutely lived up to his image, but let's just say my hangover the next day wasn't pleasant."Gabby and Kenny have been married for 21 years.The couple met by chance when he was out in London with teammates from the Wasps, while she was on a night out.They share 17-year-old twins Lois and Reuben. In an interview with Steven Bartlett on his Diary Of A Ceo podcast, Gabby opened up about their marriage.Jeremy Clarkson being 'sued' after farm 'trespasser' gets stuck [REVEALED]Ant and Dec react as viewers urge Charlene 'to leave' I'm A Celeb [REACTION]I'm A Celeb's Scarlette Douglas speaks out after show exit [EXCLUSIVE]After discussing his recent recovery from prostate cancer, she went on to gush about just how much he meant to her.Wiping back tears, Gabby said: "He's just great, I'm very lucky."I knew I wasn't going to lose him."He's a great man and I couldn't ever wish for anybody to have shared my life with, who is better."On their successful marriage, she went on to say they have had "rough patches" like other couples, but stressed that communication was key.She continued: "Marriage, children and the commitments, they do test you."They do put you in a position where you feel uncomfortable and not kind of how I expected things to be."The one thing is
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Liam Gallagher claims brother Noel ‘blocked’ Oasis song at Taylor Hawkins tribute gig
at a tribute concert honoring the late Taylor Hawkins.Hawkins, who was the band’s drummer since 1997, died in March due to a cardiovascular collapse at the age of 50 in a Colombian hotel where multiple drugs were found.The surviving members of Foo Fighters were joined by a star-studded array of performers, including Gallagher, as they all took to the stage at London’s Wembley Stadium last month.But the decades-long feud between brothers Liam and Noel seems to have gotten in the way of the tribute gig, as Liam claimed his brother didn’t let him sing the Oasis song he really wanted to.You can stop us using the songs but you can’t erase our memories shame on you Noel GallagherTaking to Twitter Wednesday, the singer fumed, “No oasis songs as the angry squirt has blocked them he also blocked the oasis I sang for Taylor Hawkins tribute he’s a horrible little man.”In a follow-up tweet, he wrote, “You can stop us using the songs but you can’t erase our memories shame on you Noel Gallagher.”It’s not clear which song Liam claims he was “blocked” from performing.The tribute opened with Liam performing his band’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star” and “Live Forever,” backed by the Foo Fighters with frontman Dave Grohl on drums, Pat Smear and Chris Shiflett on guitar, and Nate Mendel on bass.
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Harry Styles’ ‘Harry’s House’ is the biggest-selling vinyl album of 2022 so far
Harry Styles‘ latest album ‘Harry’s House’ has been confirmed as the biggest-selling vinyl LP of the year so far.The former One Direction singer’s third solo record was released in May, and features the record-breaking Number One single ‘As It Was’.According to the Official Charts Company, Styles has shifted 60,000 copies of ‘Harry’s House’ on vinyl since it came out – more than any other LP year-to-date.Additionally, Styles second album ‘Fine Line’ (2019) landed at Number 27 on the list of the biggest full-length vinyl of 2022, while his 2017 self-titled debut came in at Number 37.The rest of the Top Five is made up of Liam Gallagher‘s ‘C’mon You Know’ (Number Two), Wet Leg‘s self-titled debut (Number Three), Muse‘s ‘Will Of The People’ (Number Four) and Fontaines D.C.‘s ‘Skinty Fia’ (Number Five).You can check out the Top 10 below, and find the full Top 40 run-down here.1. ‘Harry’s House’ – Harry Styles2. ‘C’mon You Know’ – Liam Gallagher3. ‘Wet Leg’ – Wet Leg4. ‘Will Of The People’ – Muse5. ‘Skinty Fia’ – Fontaines D.C. 6. ‘Rumours’ – Fleetwood Mac7. ‘The Overload’ – Yard Act8. ‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ – Paolo Nutini9. ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ – Pink Floyd10. ‘AM’ – Arctic MonkeysLast month, Styles became the longest-reigning British artist to top the chart with a single track, usurping Elton John‘s 1997 hit ‘Candle In The Wind’ (which spent 14 weeks at Number One).‘As It Was’ also became the longest-running Number One by a solo artist, overtaking Whitney Houston‘s ‘I Will Always Love You’ (1992) and Mariah Carey‘s ‘We Belong Together’ (2005), as well as the aforementioned ‘Candle In The Wind’.In May, Styles achieved the rare feat of simultaneously holding the Number One album and Number One track
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ITV Corrie fans adamant they've spotted 'Oasis brother lookalike' on soap
Coronation Street viewers were left stunned during the latest episode after they thought one of the Gallagher brothers arrived on the famous cobbles.During the latest episode of the popular ITV soap, Aaron Sandford faced turmoil when his abusive father turned up on the street demanding his weed from him at once.But as Aaron's dad Eric threw his weight around, fans couldn't help but compare him to one of the brothers from popular band Oasis.Heading straight to Twitter, fans shared their thoughts.One social media user asked: "Is that Noel Gallagher?"Another penned: "Oops…looks like Liam Gallagher has turned up…"A third chimed: "I think Aarons dad looks just like Noel Gallagher."Meanwhile another fan added: "A pounland Noel Gallagher has just rocked up."As Eric grabbed his son in front of Tyrone Dobbs, Fiz Stape and Maria Connor, they were clearly left surprised by Eric's aggression towards his teenage son.When Tyrone did try to calm matters down slightly, he too was faced with unwelcomed hostility.Later on in the show, after Summer Spellman's advice, Aaron finally confessed to Billy Mayhew that his father had been abusing him when he ends up drunk.But due to an altercation Aaron had earlier in the show with Paul Foreman which lead to Aaron hitting out at him, Paul later told Aaron that he should leave Summer well and truly alone.However fans were not liking Paul's stance at all and shared their thoughts on Twitter once again.One person chimed: "Wow, Paul was a harsh to Aaron and Summer will only hate him for saying that to him."Another echoed: "Paul does know....that Summer and Aaron are not 12...right? Pretty sure they can make their own choices as to whether or not they are right for each other."Meanwhile a third added:
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Liam Gallagher backs “the king” Ian Brown amidst divisive solo tour without band
Liam Gallagher has shared his support for “the king” Ian Brown following the Stone Roses‘ singer’s decision to go solo.Gallagher took to social media to back Brown ahead of his homecoming show in Manchester last Friday (September 30).Fans of Brown had shared their anger last week after the singer performed a sold-out show in Leeds (September 25) without a band.Brown began his first UK headline tour in a decade at the city’s O2 Academy, with dates running through the next two week and ending with a Brixton Academy show in London on October 7.Gallagher’s thread began by comparing Brown to Sid Vicious several days after the Leeds show, writing: “Ian brown and sid vicious my way same thing long live punk.”Ian brown and sid vicious my way same thing Iong live punk— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 29, 2022When asked by a fan whether he had seen Brown’s “embarrassing performance”, Gallagher replied: “He’s never embarrassing he’s the king.”He’s never embarrassing he’s the king— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 29, 2022Another person asked Gallagher whether he would ever do a show with only a backing track, to which the former Oasis singer said he wouldn’t but that “Ian is ian and I don’t think he’s a bad man”.No but that’s me Ian is ian and I don’t think he’s a bad man— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 29, 2022Take a look at Ian Brown’s remaining dates on the tour below.OCTOBER 20223 – Birmingham, O2 Academy4 – Bournemouth, O2 Academy6 – Nottingham, Rock City7 – London, O2 Academy BrixtonBack in 2020, Ian Brown shared COVID pandemic-related conspiracy theories on Twitter and released an anti-lockdown song called ‘Little Seed Big Tree’.Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher recently confirmed he’s in talks with
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It's gone!' Oasis star 'Bonehead' Paul Arthurs tells world he's beaten tonsil cancer
Liam Gallagher.Paul exclaimed to his 117,000 followers: "Update on my cancer, I had a full scan 10 days ago, and it's all clear, it's gone."The jubilant star added a message of heartfelt gratitude to those who had supported him through a difficult period."Thank you so much all of you for the messages I've had throughout, you've helped me more than you know," he assured fans.A post shared by Paul Arthurs (@boneheadspage)He also shouted out to the doctors who treated him, writing: "Thank you especially to the team @TheChristieNHS, into recovery now and see you all soon x (sic)."It's clear that Liam Gallagher and his family still have affection for Paul, whose Instagram bio describes him as a "founding member of Oasis".Not only did Liam hit the 'like' button on the post, but his 24-year-old daughter Molly wrote a message of congratulations, declaring it the "best news".Earlier this year, Paul had told of how he was "gutted" to be "missing gigs with Liam and the band".However, he'd been clear that his cancer was "treatable" and that he hoped to be back on the concert circuit soon.Now his wishes have come true, thanks to his successful treatment over the last few months.Liam had expressed his well wishes at the time he was first diagnosed, writing online: "Sending BIG love to the 1 n only Bonehead and his family wishing you a speedy recovery."We're all thinking of you rasta you'll be back on stage bfore you can say r we doing Colombia LG x (sic)."Another former Oasis member, Andy Bell, had also chimed in to say "Get well soon."Paul had quit the iconic rock group 23 years ago, citing a wish to step back from showbiz and spend more time with his family.Yet that hasn't stopped him from participating in other projects with Liam
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Noel Gallagher makes brutal dig at royal family as he praises 'real monarchy'
Noel Gallagher doesn't appear to be a fan of The Royal Family as he made a subtle dig at them during a homecoming gig.The former Oasis star took to the stage in Manchester at the Football For Change dinner surrounded by celebs including Coleen Rooney and former footballer, Jamie Carragher.Just days after the world came together for the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, Noel threw shade at the British monarchy.READ MORE: Liam Gallagher plans epic Caribbean 50th birthday party - but Noel won't be thereThis however isn't the first time Noel has commented on the royals – in June, he expressed his frustration after discovering several members of staff took time off for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.At the time, he said: "Now, its appeal is dwindling, like religion."While performing on Thursday (September 22), the Longsight-born musician said: "Is anyone here from Manchester?"This is for the real Royal Family," before performing the 1994 Oasis song, Half The World Away, reports The Mirror.The song became the soundtrack for the BBC comedy series The Royle Family which entertained millions of viewers between 1998 and 2012.It comes after Noel revealed that the late David Bowie had inspired him to "put himself out there" with his music as part of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.Speaking to Sky News, he stated that Bowie has perhaps "one of the most interesting stories in all of music."He went on to say: "My relationship's purely through the music, really."I didn't really know him that well, I was first aware of him in the '80s, doing Let's Dance and all that, and then going back, when I was getting more into music, going back in time."I'm a big fan.
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Ariana Grande eyeing up London pad in big move as she takes on new role
Ariana Grande is moving into an eight-figure mansion in London while working on the two-film adaptation of hit musical ‘Wicked’.The 29-year-old songstress will be calling North London home for the duration of filming after being cast as Glinda The Good Witch in the hit musical adaption.Ariana will be calling North London home where the pop star will boast the likes of Ricky Gervais and Liam Gallagher as neighbours.READ MORE: Ariana Grande 'always brings her own toilet seat on tour', says Roman KempA source told The Sun: "Ariana is renting a stunning house in one of the capital’s most sought-after neighbourhoods.The sprawling pad is said to be built like a fortress to keep the popular star away from prying eyes.“The home has private grounds and is well out of reach of other people, so she’ll be able to totally switch off after filming,” added the source.The cost of renting the property is estimated to be in the “hundreds of thousands” of pounds.The insider added that the home has a sprawling kitchen, bedrooms packed with high-end furniture, huge reception rooms, a massive cinema, and big private gardens for entertaining.Ariana’s property expert husband Dalton Gomez knows a thing or two about plush pads, and he is also expected to spend time with his significant other at the house.The 7 Rings hitmaker beat off competition from Amanda Seyfried to land the role.Wicked, which has earned over $1 billion (£886.9m) throughout its nearly 20-year Broadway run, is a musical prequel to the Wizard of Oz that tells the story of how Elphaba became the Wicked Witch of the West.The film will split into two parts, with the first set for a 2024 release and the second for 2025.She will star alongside Emmy, Tony and Grammy award winner
William John Paul Gallagher (born 21 September 1972) is an English singer and songwriter. He rose to fame as the lead singer of the rock band Oasis in the 1990s and 2000s, and later fronted the rock band Beady Eye in the early 2010s, before beginning a solo career after the dissolution of both bands. One of the most recognisable figures in British music, he is noted for his outspoken and abrasive manner; penchant for wearing parkas; distinctive singing style, in which he elongates vowels; and signature stance on stage, which consists of him holding his arms behind his back and singing up into a downward-facing microphone.
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