Liam Gallagher Promises Oasis NHS Fundraiser Gig 'With Or Without' Brother Noel
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Liam, 47, promised that the fundraiser would blow our 'knickers off' - and with 101,000 likes and more than 10,000 retweets, it would appear that the people are more than convinced.
Liam tweeted last night: "I wanna clear a few things up: Oasis gig for National Health Service charity as in all money raised goes to NHS - not to me - will happen with or without Noel Gallagher.
"It may not be the same, but trust me, it'll still blow [your] knickers off."
Wanna clear a few things up oasis gig for NHS charity as in all money raised goes to NHS not to me will happen with or with out Noel Gallagher it may not be the same but trust me it'll still blow you knickers off as you were LG x- Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 26, 2020
To drive the point home, in another tweet he added: "C'mon NOEL GALLAGHER."
Noel - with whom Liam has a famously fraught relationship - is yet to respond, although he's probably got a fair bit of time to be considered, giving that mass gatherings are still likely a good while off yet as we continue social distancing and isolating.
In the meantime, Liam has turned his Twitter feed into something of an appreciation account for the NHS, having tweeted after the news: "If it makes you happy keep on clapping just remember I'll be by your side NHS for LIFE."
In another he wrote: "Amazing scenes NHS we f***ing love and adore you all LG."
And then his pinned tweet simply reads: "NHS BIBLICAL."
NHS BIBLICAL- Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 26, 2020
Sounds like he may have been one of the many people who stepped outside their homes last night to join in with a UK-wide round of applause for the NHS and carers, which was a token of appreciation for their hard work, especially with the outbreak of coronavirus.
The Clap for Carers campaign was started online, and is a gesture of thanks to those who are working around the clock providing care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Event organisers said it was set up because throughout these 'unprecedented times, they [NHS workers] need to know we are grateful'.
A statement on the event website, reads: "Our Goal - To get everyone to clap for everyone that works in the front line; doctors, nurses; GPs; pharmacists and EVERYONE related at the front line.
"I might not have included your title by name, sorry if that has happened. But we are really grateful for your hard work!"
Let's all bring some positivity, support and fun to anyone who might find themselves in isolation as a result of the coronavirus spread. Need some entertainment? Join Isolation Nation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coronasupport/