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Noel Gallagher briefly considered Oasis gig to shut brother Liam up - or burn down his house

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Noel will not agree to Liam's Oasis NHS charity reunion concert
Noel Gallagher has admitted that he has considered agreeing to reunite Oasis with his estranged brother Liam , but only so that he stopped talking about it.
The siblings and former bandmates haven't spoken since their split in 2009, but Liam recently got fans excited after reaching out to propose the Champagne Supernova hitmakers stage a mini-reunion to raise money for the NHS after the coronavirus outbreak .
But before we get our hopes up, Noel has shut down this idea , joking that the only way he'd go near his brother would...
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Noel Gallagher contemplated an Oasis reunion gig just to 'shut this f***ing idiot up'

Noel Gallagher contemplated an Oasis reunion gig just to 'shut this f***ing idiot up'

1 month ago   |   By Music News

Noel Gallagher contemplated doing an Oasis reunion gig with his ex-bandmate and brother Liam - but only so he could "shut this f***ing idiot up".
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