On Sunday, Liam was asked his 3.4 million followers what they were planning to do for the rest of their lives now that the lock of the coronaviruses has been significantly eased in the United Kingdom.
The rock star was asked the question: “What are you going to do for the rest of your life. ”
And to the surprise of his supporters, Simon responded by insisting on its intention to leave Liam for a pint to their fall.
In an attempt to make amends with the singer, Simon replied: “Take you for a pint. ”
Although Liam has not yet responded to the gesture, well-intentioned as the star of Corrie, the fans are hoping that the pair will be able to put the past behind them once and for all.
“No way, oh wow, you both become friends? There is nothing that I would like to see more!! ” gushes a disciple.
“Liam and Simon in a pub in the train to flatter a pint of Guinness! Now, this will be the day “, joked another.
“Aww how cute is that. Liam, please, reply and make this happen! Life is too short, ” insisted a third.
While a fourth fan shared: “Imagine that @liamgallagher presents to the rovers for a pint with Steve McDonald. ”
The offer comes just days after Liam has described in an interview with The Sun, an encounter tense that the couple had had in the past.
The singer of Oasis, has revealed that, decades ago, he had continued to the soap actor after the couple has crossed in front of the studios of Granada, where Corrie was filmed.
At the time, it was also the place where Oasis had made his television debut with the song Take Me.
The singer of Wonderwall recalled: “The guy who is in Coronation Street, Steve McDonald, I was walking on the road with my jacket and he went out and he looks at me and I look at him and he looks at me back and I said to myself:” That is what you are looking at? ”
“And he has broken down his window and knocked me over the bird, and then I continued on the road.
“And he climbed up his window and left and I continued to catch lights. ”
Simon plays the former owner of Rover’s Return Steve since 1989.
He is currently at the center of a heartbreaking story about her three year old son, Oliver, was diagnosed with a mitochondrial disease limiting life.
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