Liam Gallagher shows Amy Winehouse his wild side

thecheers.org    2007-11-23 07:39:01    

London, Nov 23: Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher's wild child days are well recorded. However, even he thinks that fellow British singer Amy Winehouse has gone a bit too far down the wild road.
Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher's wild child days are well recorded. However, even he thinks that fellow British singer Amy Winehouse has gone a bit too far down the wild road.

And, he's now dishing out some advice to the troubled singer.

"She plays with fire, you get burnt. That's the way it goes. If she knows what she's doing's not good then she needs to back up a bit," the Sun quoted Liam, as saying.

Nevertheless, Liam is not ready to give up on Winehouse.

"She's young. I'd probably be doing the same thing - except twice the drugs. I'm sure she'll grow out of it," he said.

He gave quite a tepid reaction on Wino's music too.

"It's alright. I like that Rehab. I've just heard stuff on TV. She's good," he said.

Now that came as a praise from someone who vouches for just two names in music: The Beatles and of course Oasis. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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