May 15, 2008 10:45

Noel Gallagher steals Robbie Williams' drummer - Tabloid Hell

Oasis man reignites feud as he replaces Zak Starkey

Noel Gallagher steals Robbie Williams' drummer - Tabloid Hell
Oasis's Noel Gallagher has reignited his feud with Robbie Williams by stealing his drummer.

Following the departure of Zak Starkey, Gallagher has recruited Chris Sharrock, who used to drum for Williams as well as recently The La's.

Gallagher famously called Williams a "fat dancer".

A source told The Daily Mirror: "Oasis and Robbie have an ongoing feud. This move is sure to infuriate Robbie.

"Everyone thinks Chris has had enough of sitting on the picket line and not playing music (Williams is currently in dispute with label EMI).

"Oasis aren't striking against anyone so at least he'll be getting a bit of action now."

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