Ex-Oasis Liam Gallagher to answers fans' questions

'Ask Liam' returning to the Pretty Green website

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Liam Gallagher is to answer more fan questions about his style and the Pretty Green clothing range through the Pretty Green website, Prettygreen.com.

Gallagher will once again be picking a selection of fans questions every week and answering them via video, it has been announced. The answers will then posted on the Pretty Green community forum.

Fans can ask Gallagher questions in four ways: through Twitter - by tweeting a question and adding #askliam at the end; by emailing askliam@prettygreen.com; via video and by posting a comment in the Pretty Green forum.

For more information visit Prettygreen.com. The Pretty Green autumn/winter range will be launching in November.

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