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Liam Gallagher isn't one to be pinned down by any work opportunity, that's for sure. He makes his own rules, including when it comes to requesting a part in his favourite TV show…

He's renowned as one of the most famous frontmen in the world, for one of the best bands in the world, but he's also started his own fashion label. A man of many talents, indeed.

Now the Manchester rocker has said that he may be trying out a new venture; swapping music for cameo acting in BBC One's 1920s gangland show, Peaky Blinders.

Now, take this with a pinch of salt because the musician loves a good joke on social media. He took to Twitter shortly to originally say; "Ohhh what a beautiful morning ohhhhh what a beautiful day."

However, when a user by the name of @issytate asked if he had any plans, he replied:

"Thought you'd never ask, yeah I'm off to meet a man about a part in Peaky Blinders. Why me, why not. See ya." he said.

The latest series of Peaky Blinders has confirmed that Cillian Murphy's turn as Tommy Shelby is as popular as ever, opening to its highest viewing figures yet for season five.


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The series launched to an audience of 6.2 million, according to BBC Press Office. A Peaky Blinders music festival is even taking place in Birmingham later in the year.

As well as featuring stars of the show, there's also a full music line up that includes Primal Scream, Frank Carter, The Streets, a mystery superstar and more.

Kate Phillips (Linda Shelby), Finn Cole (Michael Gray), Paul Anderson (Arthur Shelby) and Paddy Considine (Father John Hughes) will meet fans across the weekend.


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Tommy Shelby (AKA Cillian Murphy, Prince of Ireland) has recorded the poems 'Futility' by Wilfred Owen and 'The Ballad of Tommy Shelby' to be exclusively broadcast across the festival.

Tickets to The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival are on sale now and are available here.

Can you see Liam in a Paddy cap sporting a Brummy accent? We can't imagine him without his Manchester voice though, or squaring up to Tommy Shelby and coming away without a scratch.

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Westlife have officially made their long-awaited return to our lives, thank the gods, but it wasn't all sunshine and rainbows back in the day for the boyband.

The band stopped by The Graham Norton Show last week to perform their brand new single, Hello My Love, but Nicky Byrne revealed some spicy drama.

According to the radio DJ and member of the group, Liam Gallagher told the band to "f*ck off" the first time they met. Ouch, someone take the lads to the burns unit STAT.

The 40-year-old singer claimed the band flew to London in 1998 after signing a record deal, with Louis Walsh as their manager.

Byrne told Graham Norton; “So they were having a drink in a circle of people so me and one of the boys walked over and tipped them on the shoulder."

“Liam turned around and we said, 'Liam we're Louis Walsh's new band and he just went "f*** off”. So we just f****d off." The salt, it's just too real.


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The group's new single is their first release in almost a decade, and it was penned by pop legend Ed Sheeran. 

Hello My Love went straight to number one on the iTunes on Thursday evening, and Westlife even got a congratulatory message from ex-band member Brian McFadden, despite rumours of bad blood.

Hello My Love has been popular with fans, but frequently compared to Sheeran’s hit Castle On A Hill as opposed to “your typical Westlife song”.

Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan will embark on their Twenty Tour this summer, playing two huge gigs in Croke Park in July.

Kian reiterated his opinion that their fans would be “taken aback” by their new sound, according to Metro UK“Good songs are good songs, it doesn’t matter whether it’s a Westlife song or not.”

The Twenty Tour is their fastest-selling ever, selling a whopper 400,000 tickets within 48 hours of release. 


Liam Gallagher has met his 21-year-old daughter, Molly Moorish, for the very first time.

The former Oasis frontman previously admitted that he never had the chance to see her, stating that, “I’ve just never got around to meeting her. I’ve heard she’s all right, though. She’s doing all right.”

The dad has now finally met Molly, and it sounds like it was one emotional moment for the Wall Of Glass singer.

According to Metro, the pair met a few weeks ago in an English pub. The source said that the meeting was extremely emotional for both Liam and 21-year-old Molly.

“Liam wanted to know all about Mollie’s life – and she had a lot of questions for him,” they shared.

It is understood that their first meeting was quite overwhelming for Liam and his daughter, as the pair shed a few tears as they learned about one another’s lives.

“After a few hours it got very emotional. Liam shed some tears and so did Mollie. It was heartbreaking in many ways, but it’s brought them together,” the source added.

Following their first meeting, Liam invited Molly to watch him support The Rolling Stones in London.


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Liam shared a photo of him, his two sons and daughter Molly following his performance. Fans were thrilled to see Liam with three of his four kids.

“She's beautiful and I hope both of you finally have a relationship,” wrote one fan.

Another added, “This just made my heart smile.”

“Nice to see you and your daughter together for the first time LG! Things are looking brighter each and every day for you!” said another fan.


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The Wonderwall singer also has a daughter with journalist Liza Ghorbani, who he had an affair with during his marriage to Nicole Appleton.

Molly was solely raised by her mum Lisa Moorish, who the Champagne Supernova singer had an affair with back in the 90s.


Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher was interviewed by a load of kids recently, and it is the funniest and most heartwarming interview we've seen in a while. 

Sat in front of a bunch of children, Liam is put through his paces as he's asked about his brother Noel, who he does not get along with (to put it mildly), his favourite Disney film and how he deals with his anger management issues! 

One kid even insisted that he played a song called Oasis, and despite Liam explaining that that is the name of the band, she was having none of it!

"I know the song called Oasis that you played," she asked. 

"Which one is it? was Liam's reply. 


"Yeah, that was the band. What was the song called? 


"Oh right, cool. Is it a good song? 

"Yeah. But you were in it."

The 45-year-old also dished out some, eh, career advice, although we're not sure we'll be sharing it with our own kids! 

"If you wanna be a rock star, look out the window, stare at the clouds and do loud farts."

 And while he did keep it clean for the most part, the singer did manage to sneak in, ahem, an adult joke when asked if he gets sweets after he performs.

"Yeah, sort of…" was his reply. 

Check it out below, and trust us – it'll make you laugh! 


Liam Gallagher has revealed that he has never met his two daughters. The former Oasis star admitted that he “just hasn’t got around to it.”

The For What It's Worth singer cheated on his former wife Patsy Kensit with singer Lisa Moorish, who gave birth to their daughter Molly in 1998.

Molly, who is now 19-years-old has never met Liam, however, the Champagne Supernova singer stated that she’s doing well, “ I’ve heard she’s all right, though. She’s doing all right.”

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Liam told The Mirror, “I never heard anything that she wanted to meet me.”

The Morning Glory singer also shares a daughter with journalist Liza Ghorbani, who he had an affair with during his marriage to ex-wife Nicole Appleton. It is understood that their daughter Gemma is four or five years old.

“Not met the one in New York either, but I wish them well,” he revealed.

Liam added, “If they ever need anything, give us a shout."

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He may not have met either of his daughters, but the Wall Of Glass singer shared that he has supported them financially. Speaking to GQ he revealed that he has supported Molly financially, but that’s the only involvement he has had with his teenage daughter.

“I bought them a house and all that tack. I just think she’s best off with her mum. If it happens, it happens. Certainly, wouldn’t turn her away. Let it be,” he said.

Liam also had two sons- 18-year-old Lennon Gallagher from his marriage to actress Patsy Kensit, and 16-year-old Gene who he shares with ex-wife Nicole Appleton.


Few family feuds have captured the public's attention quite like that of the Gallagher brothers.

Between all the sly digs and angry twitter spats, it's safe to say that Liam and Noel's relationship has seen better days.

However, it looks like the Christmas spirit may have got the better of the feuding siblings, with Laim revealing that the pair are on good terms once again.

The former Oasis frontman took to twitter to wish his brother a merry Christmas, saying how his was “looking forward” to seeing him tomorrow.

“I wanna say Happy Xmas to team NG it’s been a great year thanks for everything looking forward to seeing you tmorrow AS YOU WERE LG x,” he wrote.

Skeptical fans questioned whether or not the pair had actually reached a truce, with one user asking: “Your not going to have a meltdown on here come Christmas day are you Liam when NG doesnt reach out to you.”

To which Liam replied: “He's already reached out.”

So, could a possible reunion be on the cards?

We certainly hope so!


Most of us have been mixed up with a sibling on at least one occasion, right?

Whether a teacher confused you with your sister or a relative attributed your brother's enviable talent for tennis to you, we've all been there in some way.

And that includes the A-listers.

While appearing on Graham Norton this weekend, Noel Gallagher had to navigate a potentially awkward moment when the host fell short on his research, and accidentally confused Noel with his brother Liam.

Attempting to establish a connection between Noel and his fellow guest, Jack Black, Graham alluded to a project they worked on together, only to be met with confusion by both parties.

And then the penny dropped…



Noel and Lima Gallagher have been embroiled in a well-document feud for the guts of a decade, and now one Irish pop star is caught in the crossfire. 

While discussing his brother's new album As You Were, Noel made some less than flattering remarks about the new music. 

Noel insinuated that his brother's album was written by a number of different people, and that he doesn't feel it merits his opinion.


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'I'm not sure I can be arsed formulating an opinion on a record that's written by an army of songwriters,' he told the new issue of I-D magazine. Ouch. 

However, Irish singer Niall Horan was then dragged into the mix. 

'Isn't the one from One Direction doing that?,' Noel said, using Niall's new album Flicker to diss his brother's music. 


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'The little Irish fella with the acoustic? At least he has the decency to play a guitar.'

'I'm not a fan.'

Perhaps Niall will have a 'I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative' moment much like his celeb pal Taylor?


It's no secret that Liam Gallagher likes to express his opinion.

Since the early nineties, the former Oasis frontman has made a name for himself as one of the most brash and outspoken stars in the music industry – a quality that has earned him both praise and criticism over the years.

It's been reported that Liam has signed up to take part in the upcoming Celebrity Gogglebox for a special Stand Up To Cancer edition of show.

The singer will be joined by his mother, Peggy, and son, 16-year-old Gene.

According to The Sun, an insider said: “Liam is one of the most opinionated celebrities ever.

“To get him talking about current shows will be TV Gold.

“If he’s half as ruthless as he is on Twitter, viewers will be in for a treat.”

Speaking about his involvement with the show Liam said:

“It’s an honour and privilege to be invited on one of my favourite TV shows, the mighty Gogglebox especially with my fam and for such a great cause as Stand up To Cancer”.

The special episode is due to air on Channel 4 this Friday, November 3, and is set include a stellar celebrity line-up with appearances from Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Freddie Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp, as well as Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn.


Missed him last time around? Never fear.

Liam Gallagher has just announced an amazing summer concert at one of Ireland's most beautiful outdoor arenas. 

The former Oasis frontman has had a busy summer, playing huge shows at international festivals such as Lollapalooza and Reading, and next summer he will kick off his festival circuit with an open air gig at Malahide Castle. 


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Coming to the venue on June 15, the musician will perform his greatest hits to a crowd of 20,000. 

He will also be performing his new album As You Were, which went straight to number 1 in the Irish charts. 

This is sure to be an unmissible event. Tickets go on sale from Ticketmaster on Friday November 3 at 9am. 


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The tickets will be available from €49.90.

See you in the virtual queue. 



This October Bank Holiday, thousands of revellers will descend on Dublin's Weston Airport for the ever Samhain music festival.

Taking place in the airport hangar, the two-day concert will see performances from former Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher and DJ, Annie Mac, as well as 2manydjs, Eats Everything, Mele, The Strypes and Kelly-Anne Byrne.

However, according to The Irish Independent, a group of local residents have launched a court challenge to prevent drink and dance licences from being granted for the sell-out event.

Their court action was adjourned today to allow for talks with event organisers who say they are applying for the licences to be in place from 6pm to midnight on October 28 and from 6pm to 11pm on October 29.

The news comes after the location of Ed Sheeran's upcoming Phoenix Park concerts raised concerns among local residents, with members of  Fingal County Council requesting an urgent meeting with Dublin City Council.


Over the past decade or so, few family feuds have gripped the public quite like that of the Liam and Noel Gallagher.

It's a well-know fact that the brother's relationship has seen better days, but it looks like Noel has finally had enough and has called on Liam to “see a psychiatrist” following his criticism of the Manchester Arena benefit concert.

Last month, the former Oasis frontman dismissed his brother's emotional performance at the venues' re-opening gig, calling it a “PR stunt” and claiming he “doesn't give a f***.”

Speaking to The Sunday Times, Noel revealed how he thinks his brother should seek professional help after the the outburst.

"I don't say that as a joke," he said.

"Because young Mancunians, young music fans, were slaughtered, and he, twice, takes it somewhere to be about him. He needs to see somebody."

Once the brains behind one of Britain's most successful indie rock bands, the brothers have not performed together since Oasis split in 2009.

And judging by the latest comments, it doesn't look like we'll be seeing them on a stage together any time soon.