Liam Gallagher Wants Oasis To Reunite For Coronavirus Charity Gig
Liam Gallagher wants Oasis to reunite for a special one-off charity gig, once the cornavirus pandemic has ended.
The band's former frontman has called on his brother Noel to bury the hatchet and put their differences aside to help those in need.
Writing on Twitter last night (19 March), the 47-year-old said it was time to get the lads back together, on more time.
He said: "Listen seriously a lot of people think I'm a c*** and I am a good looking c*** but once this is put to bed we need to get oasis back for a 1 of gig rite for charity c'mon Noel we can then go back to our amazing solo careers c'mon you know LG x"
But it's not just Liam's older brother he's asked to help out with his proposed charity concert, he wants to get a whole raft of music legends on the line-up - even the Cheeky Girls.
He added later: "All these miserable f***ing c**** in bands who think there too cool for school the jam c'mon weller the smiths c'mon marr Rkid oasis c'mon noel what a gig oh and the cheeky girls what a f***ing line up c'mon you know.
"What we saying we having it or what c'mon you know."
So far, there's been no response from Noel, Paul, The Smiths, or even the Cheeky Girls - which Liam didn't seem to take to kindly too, either.
He wrote: "Your all w**k in times of need you vanish soulless LG x."
Come on, guys, it's only one concert. Do the right thing.
This comes as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday that there could be light at the end of this particularly dark tunnel.
Speaking at his daily coronavirus briefing yesterday (19 March), Mr Johnson revealed that we could have a handle on the situation in just three months - but only if we all do our bit.
He said: "I am absolutely confident we can turn the tide within the next 12 weeks."
He added that he believes we can 'send the virus packing'.
There was no mention during Johnson's speech about a rumoured lockdown, but the Prime Minister did say he wouldn't rule out 'tougher measures' if people didn't follow the existing advice, which has encouraged people to social distance themselves where possible.
Johnson said: "We're absolutely emphatic about people avoiding social gatherings, and if we do need to more around that, we will."
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