Liam Gallagher admits to taunting his pet dogs

The Beady Eye man says 'walkies' to his pets and then refuses to take them out

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Liam Gallagher has said that he enjoys 'winding up' his pet dogs.

The Beady Eye frontman explained that he likes to trick his pets into thinking he's going to take them for a walk, but then refuses to do so.

Speaking to NME, Gallagher said:

I like winding me dogs up. I just stand there with the lead, shaking it for ages until they're shitting and peeing all over the floor. And I'm stood there going: 'Walkies!' Then I sit back down again.


Liam Gallagher has spoken out about the fierce rivalry his old band Oasis used to have with Blur in this week's 60th anniversary edition of NME.

When asked whether he thought the rivalry between the two bands had been manipulated by the music press, he replied: "I don't think so. At the time I hated Blur, I thought they were just pansies from London and we were a totally different thing. You might have done certain things, but no-one told me whether I liked someone or not. I thought it was just all good fun."

Gallagher is just one of the eight iconic cover stars on this week's special collectors issue, with his older brother Noel, Arctic Monkeys, Patti Smith, John Lydon, Manic Street Preachers, The Killers and Paul Weller completing the set.

Inside, all eight cover stars reflect on their relationship with NME over the last 60 years – the high times, low times and all the hilarious moments. It's also packed with interviews from Kasabian, Green Day, Biffy Clyro and Beth Ditto talking through their favourite ever NME covers.

You can pick up this very special edition of the magazine on newsstands or digitally now.

Meanwhile, to snap up one of 60 complete bundles of our #NME60 birthday issue collectors' covers, click here.

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