Noel Gallagher, 54, reveals his plans to quit alcohol for three months after ‘smashing the a**e out of it in Ibiza’ this year
Noel Gallagher is planing to quit alcohol for three months after admitting he’s been ‘smashing the a**e out of it in Ibiza’ this year.
The rocker, 54, has decided he will put down the bottle for around 12 weeks and has even set a date of September 12 for when go teetotal.
He says he needs a booze break after going too wild in Ibiza, saying on Matt Morgan’s Funny How? podcast: ‘I’m going on the wagon and I’ve fixed a date.
On the wagon: Noel Gallagher is planing to quit alcohol for three months after admitting he’s been ‘smashing the a**e out of it in Ibiza’ this year
‘I think it’s going to be like the 12th of September, because I’ve got parties to attend to and the last one is on the 11th.
‘And then I’m going to go on the wagon for 12 weeks I think. I’ve been f**king smashing the a**e out of it in Ibiza.
‘I’m going to do three months which takes me up to the middle of December and then I can get in training for Christmas.’
Born to perform: The Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds rocker, 54, has decided he will put down the bottle for around 12 weeks (pictured in May)
The musician previously took another three-month hiatus from alcohol in 2011, and felt ‘five years younger’ afterwards.
He explained: ‘I was on my own so I wasn’t going out at all.
‘If you’re a drinker you’ve got a slightly addictive personality. Once you’re past the initial couple of weeks you start to feel better and you get addicted to that.
Out on the town: The news comes after Noel recently revealed pal Matt Smith, who features in the video for his band’s song We’re On Our Way Now, loves a wild night out (pictured 2019)
‘When I came back from the States I looked about five years younger.’
The news comes after the former Oasis rocker recently revealed actor Matt Smith, who features in the video for his band’s song We’re On Our Way Now, loves a wild night out, but that his brother and bitter rival Liam Gallagher isn’t as much of a party animal as people think.
He said: ‘What I’ve found down the years, is actors have to keep it a bit low key because the job that they’re in requires so much investment that studios are not going to invest in a raving party animal.
‘So actors, you’ll find, lead the double life. ‘Matt Smith can hold his own. He does tend to boot furniture over.
‘He turns at about 3am or 4am in the morning. He supports Blackburn Rovers, right? And a couple of times, he’s kind of just does that thing where he’ll drift off and then suddenly go “ROVERS!” and kick a chair or something.
‘I was about to have a word with him a couple of times, like, “Mate, kick the chair again, and you know, we’re gonna have to work this out.”‘
Tee-total: Noel plans to sober up from September until Christmas after a summer of partying on the Spanish island of Ibiza (pictured 2019)
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