Liam has said some nasty things about his older brother - before and after last year's bitter Oasis split.
But the mouthy Mancunian rocker could be mellowing in his old age - because he actually sings Noel's praises in a new interview.
Asked who was his ultimate frontman, he said: "Noel Gallagher. What makes a good frontman? Behaving yourself, and not jumping around like a b******."
Blimey. We thought hell would freeze over before we heard Liam say anything nice about his brother again.
Perhaps he felt a surge of emotion after poor old Noel had to relive the hellish ordeal of a thug pushing him off the stage during the band's gig in Toronto in 2008.
A court heard on Tuesday how Noel, 42, recalled how he felt like he was "hit by a bus" when he broke three ribs after he was shoved by a Brit fan.
He said in a statement how the pain remained for eight months.
He said: "I have been told that I will never really recover from the damage and still feel the painful twinges.
"The emotional impact it had was essentially coping with the pressure to perform so as not to let the band down."
Ah bless. Now that's got to pull at the heartstrings of even a tough guy like Liam.
Although normal service is resumed when Our Kid quickly turns the attention back to himself in his interview with Q magazine, out on March 28. He boasts: "There's Elvis, then there's me. I couldn't say which of the two is best."
Now that's more like the Liam we know - and sometimes love.
Fans were devastated when Noel quit the band last August. Since then, Liam threw their 'Brit Awards album of 30 years' gong into the crowd at the ceremony in February.
Noel later did an impression of Liam in front of photographers saying in a girlie voice: "Ohh look, I've dropped my microphone."
Liam then called Noel the "most overrated man in history".
Boys, it's time to kiss and make-up...
or at least have a man hug....