April 15, 2011 10:51

Liam Gallagher switches hotels to avoid staying under same roof as Noel - Tabloid Hell

Beady Eye star 'demands' to move hotels in Liverpool

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Liam Gallagher demanded to be moved from a hotel in Liverpool rather then stay in the same building as brother Noel, we read.

The feuding brothers were both booked into the swanky Hope Street Hotel on Tuesday (April 12), according to The Sun.

Liam had been playing a Beady Eye show at the city's 02 Academy at Mountford Hall, while Noel was watching his football team Manchester City take on Liverpool.

But the younger Gallagher apparently threw a tantrum on discovering he may have to stay in the same hotel as his brother.

The paper quotes a source as saying: "Liam wasn't having any of it, he refused to check in and demanded to be moved to another hotel."

Crisis was averted when Liam was quickly moved to the Beatles-themed Hard Day's Night Hotel. A worker there leaked: "We had to get the penthouse suite ready for Liam. We didn't know he was staying at the hotel until the last minute."

It continued: "He was nothing like what we expected, he was really polite. He just sat there drinking herbal tea and eating biscuits, which wasn't very rockstar-like."

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