Liam Gallagher admits he’d give Noel a kidney ‘without a doubt’ amid bitter 13 year feud


They have been embroiled in a very public feud since Oasis split in 2009.

But Liam Gallagher softened somewhat towards his ‘nemesis’ brother Noel as he declared he’d give his sibling a kidney ‘without a doubt’ if he needed it.

During a Q&A with fans in The Guardian, the rocker, 49, insisted that Noel is ‘my brother and I love him’ in a touching moment, before going on to make a dig that his brother, 54, is ‘all bravado.’

Olive branch? Liam Gallagher softened somewhat towards his nemesis brother Noel as he declared he’d give his sibling a kidney ‘without a doubt’ if he needed it

Amid the questions, one fan asked the Wonderwall singer: ‘If Noel’s life depended on a new kidney and you were the only donor match, would you give him one of yours?’ 

And in a somewhat surprising response amid the ongoing dispute, Liam said: ‘Without a doubt. Of course I would. He’s my brother, man, and I love him. I’d give you one as well, mate.’

However, he couldn’t resist a dig at his sibling as he added: ‘Do I think he’d give me one of his? Yeah. He’s all bravado. He and all his celebrity mates just get up their own a***s. I’m sure they’re good people, but they’re very insecure.’

Nice: During a Q&A with fans in The Guardian, the rocker, 49, insisted that Noel is 'my brother and I love him' in a touching moment, before going on to make a dig that his brother, 54, is 'all bravado'

Nice: During a Q&A with fans in The Guardian, the rocker, 49, insisted that Noel is ‘my brother and I love him’ in a touching moment, before going on to make a dig that his brother, 54, is ‘all bravado’

Meanwhile, the star went on to compare his and Noel’s success, noting that while Noel wrote some of Oasis’ best-loved hits, it’s his ‘voice’ that the fans want to hear.

He said: ‘He wrote some great songs and I sang them. It’s the voice that people want to hear. I could get someone to play Noel’s guitar parts 10 a penny. Noel can’t get anyone to sing like me.’

Liam added that he ‘works hard’ to give the fans ‘what they want’, noting that he’s ‘not pretentious’ and will play Oasis classics at his gigs, not just newer tracks. 

Oasis have sold 75 million albums worldwide, having released hit albums including Definitely Maybe and What’s The Story Morning Glory? Their final studio album, Dig Out Your Soul, was released in 2008.  

Siblings: Amid the questions, one fan asked the Wonderwall singer: 'If Noel¿s life depended on a new kidney and you were the only donor match, would you give him one of yours?'

Siblings: Amid the questions, one fan asked the Wonderwall singer: ‘If Noel’s life depended on a new kidney and you were the only donor match, would you give him one of yours?’

Touching: And in a somewhat surprising response amid the ongoing dispute, Liam said: 'Without a doubt. Of course I would. He¿s my brother, man, and I love him'

Touching: And in a somewhat surprising response amid the ongoing dispute, Liam said: ‘Without a doubt. Of course I would. He’s my brother, man, and I love him’

However, Liam and Noel have been trading insults ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up.

The duo quickly went their separate ways when the band disbanded and their infamous feud has been running ever since. 

In the aftermath of Oasis’s split, Liam set up a new band, Beady Eye, with former Oasis members Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock.

The band released two albums, Different Gear Still Speeding and BE, before disbanding in 2014, persuading Liam to set out on his solo career.

Awkward: Meanwhile, the star went on to compare his and Noel's success, noting that while Noel wrote some of Oasis' best-loved hits, it's his 'voice' that the fans want to hear

Awkward: Meanwhile, the star went on to compare his and Noel’s success, noting that while Noel wrote some of Oasis’ best-loved hits, it’s his ‘voice’ that the fans want to hear

Noel also set up his own rock band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, in 2010 with former Oasis members Gem, Mike, and Chris, and former Zutons star Russell Pritchard.  

At the end of November 2020, Liam appeared on the Jonathan Ross Show, claiming there was ‘nothing left on the table’ to fix his row with Noel.

The Oasis frontman singer revealed his brother turned down £100million to join him on a reunion tour.  

Speaking about Noel, who he said wouldn’t engage with the idea of ending their feud, Liam said: ‘I think we’re both the problem and the problem is that he thinks he’s not the problem. He thinks I’m both the problems. 

‘Whereas I’m just a problem. I’m half the problem, whereas I can’t be having him thinking I’m the full problem.

At war: Liam and Noel have been trading insults ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up (pictured L-R Gem, Noel , Liam and Andy in 2008)

At war: Liam and Noel have been trading insults ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up (pictured L-R Gem, Noel , Liam and Andy in 2008) 

‘He needs to take on some of the problem. The minute he does that we’ll move on. He needs to own his problem… No [I haven’t spoken to him]. I don’t think it’s going to happen.’ 

Asked by fellow guest Jon Richardson if they’d do Gogglebox together as a first step, Liam joked: ‘Maybe the Bake Off… 

‘Maybe we’ll just bake some bread and that or a cake or throw strawberries at each other. Have a cream fight. That kind of stuff. Now you’re talking.’  

Last year, Noel revealed he was the one to spark the bitter feud with his brother Liam all those years ago.

The Oasis rocker, spoke of how Liam had given him clothes from his brand Pretty Green before it launched in 2009, only for him to donate it, unworn, to a charity shop.

Marking what was ‘the beginning of the end’, Noel told The Matt Morgan Podcast how his brother ‘went f*****g mental’ when he discovered his clothes were on ‘a shop mannequin in Barnardo’s’ before he had even launched the brand. 

It's all over! At the end November 2020, Liam claimed there was 'nothing left on the table' to fix his row with Noel, after he turned down £100million to join him on a reunion tour

It’s all over! At the end November 2020, Liam claimed there was ‘nothing left on the table’ to fix his row with Noel, after he turned down £100million to join him on a reunion tour

In January 2021, Liam appeared to offer an olive branch and raise hopes of a reconciliation as he tweeted: ‘HNY Noel love you long time 2021 is our year c’mon you know LG x’.

Noel didn’t respond, and Liam didn’t tag his brother’s Twitter handle into his reconciliation tweet. 

However, the rocker appeared to have a change of heart by the end of that year as he claimed that Christmas at his sibling’s house was a ‘snoremass’. 

In response to a fan’s question, he shared: ‘I’ve been round his for Xmas before it’s boring as f**k snoremass I’ll stay at mine as we know how to have FUN [sic]’ 

Feud: Last year, Noel revealed he was the one to spark the bitter feud with his brother Liam all those years ago (pictured together in 1995)

Feud: Last year, Noel revealed he was the one to spark the bitter feud with his brother Liam all those years ago (pictured together in 1995)

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