Gallagher rules out reunion with Noel

Gallagher rules out reunion with Noel

Liam Gallagher insists there is “no way” he will reconcile with his brother Noel.

The Oasis singer told an Italian waiter he will never let his sibling return to the group after the guitarist quit last Friday following a fist fight just minutes before they were due on stage in Paris.

Vincenzo Della Corte – who served the rocker, his wife Nicole Appleton and bandmate Andy Bell at Lake Como’s il Gatto Nero restaurant on Tuesday – said: “I asked him what the future was and he said it was all over and there was no way he would get back with Noel.

“He said that Noel had his style of music and he had his and they would be going their separate ways.”

Despite Liam’s professional turmoil, Vincenzo was amazed by how calm and relaxed the singer was.

He added to Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper: “You hear all these stories about Oasis being real rock and rollers but Liam was very polite and very happy to talk.

“There were fans outside and he went out to sign autographs and pose for pictures. He was with them for ages.

“They were having a good time and he didn’t seem at all bothered about the fact he had caused one of the world’s biggest bands to split.”

Liam, 36, seemingly wants to continue to perform as Oasis, while 42-year-old Noel is planning to start recording a solo album.

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