Liam Gallagher gives health update after getting ‘drugged up’ for surgery
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Liam Gallager has updated fans on his health after going in for a hip operation and joked that getting 'drugged up' was the best part of the whole experience.
Considering hip operations don't sound like a whole barrel of laughs, who can really blame him for taking his fun where he can find it?
The Oasis frontman turned 50 last year and is still performing as a solo act following the famous band splitting up back in 2009.
Like most of us, Gallagher is clearly a big fan of having his hips working properly, considering he's pulled stunts like using hotel room service to order a trampoline for the brilliant reason that 'I like to bounce'.
He still wouldn't describe himself as getting old though, as the 50-year-old music star called himself 'half new'.
Fans of Liam will be familiar with his Twitter style by now, and his announcement that 'all went well' with his surgery was delivered in the usual fashion with special 'RESPEK' to the medical staff who looked after him.
He tweeted: "Morning Rastas so I had my Hip operation last wk all went well and RESPEK to all the doctors n nurses who looked after me Big shout out to the A team for getting us home safe n sound you know who you are and Florence guru I love and adore you Riverdance here I come LG x"
He even took the time to answer a few questions, with one fan wondering if he was 'drugged up' for the surgery and Liam simply said 'yeah best part'.
Liam also reassured fans he was 'getting my physio to study old videos of my walk' so when he was back out performing, everything would be just the way it used to be.
Whenever one of the Gallagher brothers gets mentioned, it's hard not to address the possibility of them getting the band back together.
Liam and Noel split back in 2009 to make music separately and have been in a bit of a feud ever since then.
Especially when the war of words between the brothers hasn't exactly cooled off in recent years, with Liam calling Noel a 'horrible little man' and a 'sad little dwarf' after claiming he was blocked from putting Oasis songs in his Knebworth documentary.
I probably wouldn't put a bet on it happening.