Liam posted a photo of Noel entitled 'pouting potato'
High Flying Birds frontman Noel Gallagher and his wife Sara MacDonald are struggling to sell their west London mansion.
The crowd were treated to a first-listen of new tracks from the bands as-yet-unnamed new album
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Django Django, Aurora and Roots Manuva will also be playing
The former Oasis star made the swipe on his Instagram page
'The Tories don't care about the vulnerable, and the communists don't care about the aspirational.'
Gallagher performed a setlist including 'Wonderwall' and 'Listen Up'
Grace Dent realises there's nothing rock'n'roll about watching a toddler bounce up and down at the O2
He also bemoaned the lack of wild rock stars, the same day Oasis allow one of their songs to be used for a John Lewis advert
A Head Full of Dreams will be releasedon 4 December
Her take on 'Half the World Away' has been met with praise by some and uproar by others
If the challenge faced by Jake Bugg on his second album is to prove you can take the boy out of Clifton (the Nottingham council estate where he was born) without taking all traces of Clifton out of the boy, then it’s one he rises to. Those who see Bugg’s so-called “authenticity” — whatever that means — as a storm of hype might spy signs of “grooming” in the decision to record in LA with producer Rick Rubin, but the follow-up to his hit debut makes the Midlands-to-Malibu move look largely seamless: as an exercise in expanded range, Shangri La is too diverse and distinct to dismiss.
As ever with the ever-grinding X Factor rumour mill, talk is rife that lead judge Gary Barlow is quitting the line up.
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Comic Relief has apologised to its supporters after Frankie Boyle caused controversy at a charity gig with a string of gags about the Queen.