Gallagher idolised Lennon after he died

London: Liam Gallagher has revealed that he started idolising legendary Beatles singer John Lennon after his death in 1980.

The former Oasis frontman said that he was mesmerised by poignant images of Lennon during TV tributes.

Gallagher was a follower of Lennon from the early days of his career, styling his vocals and dressing like him.

But Gallagher admitted that he only began idolising Lennon after his death when he saw the promo for Imagine during a news report into the Beatle’s assassination.

“I was eight and I remember coming downstairs and seeing Imagine on the telly, which was pretty haunting,” the Daily Star quoted Gallagher as telling The Sunday Times.

“I like Lennon’s voice. It’s all about his voice, I don’t care whether he was into peace, or into Yoko, I don`t care how big his k**b was or whether he had one ball or f**king three balls, I just like his voice.

“It moves me, makes me sad, makes me happy, makes me angry, makes me whatever,” he added.



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