James Blunt 'forces' Noel Gallagher to move home

Oasis man getting away from the 'Beautiful' singer – Tabloid Hell

James Blunt 'forces' Noel Gallagher to move home
Apparently OasisNoel Gallagher is selling his Ibiza holiday home – because he can’t stand to live near James Blunt, who owns a nearby pad, anymore.

According to The Sun’s Bizarre column, Gallagher has put the £5.5million villa on the market, saying that he can’t stand living there in the knowledge that Blunt is nearby making terrible music.

The newspaper quotes an anonymous source as saying: “Noel has been going to Ibiza every summer for years. But he’s fed up of hearing James Blunt bang on about Ibiza like he owns the place.

“It’s taken the charm out of it for him so he’s put his villa up for sale. It’s close to Blunt’s place, and he [Gallagher] says he can’t stand the thought of Blunt writing crap tunes up the road.”

Gallagher bought the property for £2.5 million in 1999 from Mike Oldfield.


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