Beady Eye sweet fans sent me ons of messages telling me to "live forever" :)
Liam said he won't reform Oasis for haters and would rather continue with his new band Beady Eye. Some days ago I was writing about haters towards Pretty Green. Against Liam and Noel, Oasis in general, haters are really boring. Sometimes they are Noel's fans against Liam, who call their favourite the "more talented brother"... oh he's very talented in telling lies... Liam wouldn't insist as he's doing, if he wasn't sure he's telling the truth.
All the people insult Liam (who is one of the very few real rockstars around) and idolise terrible bands because the Gallaghers slagged them in the past... When there are news about other bands on the websites, I don't go insulting them and their fans, I don't even care. Why should I give them importance if I'm not interested. If I don't like someone, I ignore them. But these people suffer from inferiority complexes. Talking about them I'm even making them more important than what they really are. They don't even know anything about the Gallaghers, they're gullible people who only read what tabloids write. I'd like to see all the people insulting Liam in front of him... they can only do it hidden behind a computer. Who would want to be those haters, it must be a really sad living...They continue, always repeating the same things.
"It's not over yet. There are a few things which need to be sorted out. I didn't want this to happen. It's not nice suing your family but like I said, he was telling porkies for the sake of his mates and journalists to get a wise crack on me. If he listens to his lawyers and does the right thing then it'll be well and truly over. I never wanted it to happen but it has to happen."
About Beady Eye: "People are coming around to us slowly but surely. Some people are taking time to catch on. The Scottish got it, Ireland was a bit slow."
About Ireland, Noel said he’s prepared to enter the race for the Aras in October.
“Seven years living rent free in a big house in the park?” he reflects. “I’ll have a bit of fucking that!”
Well, we need somebody forthright and dynamic to run after Gay Byrne pulled out.
“What, the Late Late Show bloke? Seriously? That’s mad!”
Before throwing his hat into the ring, Noel ought to be aware that he might be up against Martin Sheen and his Dragon’s Den namesake Sean Gallagher.
“Do you have any proper politicians in Ireland or is just TV presenters and actors who get voted in? I was going to rehearse this afternoon, but I think I’ll work on my manifesto instead.”