Liam Gallagher calls his brother a ‘sell out’ over John Lewis Christmas ad

He is not happy about Oasis’ song being used in the department store's Christmas campaign


by Closer Staff |
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Liam Gallagher has called his brother a sell-out for allowing an Oasis song to be featured in the John Lewis Christmas advert.

The star has even tried to ban his bro from the family pub in Ireland after Noel allowed Oasis track ‘Half The World Away’ to be used for the department store’s very popular campaign.

According to The Mirror, sources say Liam is so angry that he’s told his family not to invite Noel to their local pub in Ireland, where they normally visit over Christmas.

The brothers had been expected to visit their mother, Peggy, in Ireland over the festive period but tensions are so high the pair will apparently not be in the same room.

A source said: “Liam has been making his usual snidey remarks about the song being on the John Lewis advert.

“When he first heard about it he was ranting in his own local pub in Hampstead, north London, to just about anyone who’d listen.

“He’s told mutual friends and family that Noel is a sell-out, and even joked that he won’t be welcome in the local pub near their mum’s house, J J Finan’s - not that he can enforce that!”

They added: “He accused Noel of being shameless for letting John Lewis use the track and has told family he doesn’t want the pair’s visit to cross over.”

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