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Liam Gallagher's ex-Oasis bandmate backs singer over Brits

Bonehead says 'good on him' for throwing award

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Liam Gallagher's ex-Oasis bandmate Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs has backed the singer over his controversial antics at the Brit Awards on Tuesday (February 16).

Bonehead played guitar on Oasis' 1995 album 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)', with Gallagher picking up the Brits Album of 30 Years honour for it at the ceremony.

The singer mentioned all his bandmates from the time except his brother Noel Gallagher in his acceptance speech, threw the award and his mic into the crowd and later feuded with host Peter Kay.

"I knew we'd won the award and I knew Liam was going along," Bonehead told the Manchester Evening News. "I didn't know I'd be getting a mention. I'm pleased though – I was involved in that album after all. I think good on him for chucking the award into the audience – it sums the Brits up really. I mean Lady Gaga winning? Please!"

Kay called Gallagher a "knobhead" after his antics, prompting a war of words between the pair.

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