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The boyband are set to celebrate their 30th anniversary in 2019, with a run of huge UK stadium and arena gigs. The tour will see them play six nights at London’s O2 Arena in May.
Now, Barlow has spoken of his touring party lifestyle – and has suggested that Liam Gallagher could learn from a trip down the pub with the pop star.
“I would like a drink with Liam for sure – show him a thing or two,” Barlow told The Mirror.
“But I’m the only one who is any fun,” he added. “Stick with me. I am the last one standing.”
Bandmate Howard Donald backed up Barlow’s bold claims, adding: “He had 17 glasses of wine in one night.”
In 2016, Gallagher took aim at the Take That member as he criticised his brother Noel’s fashion sense. Calling the High Flying Birds man “a potato”, he added that he “dresses like Gary Barlow”.
Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has said that “beige boy” Noel is “begging” to play at next year’s Glastonbury festival. He added that Noel “doesn’t want to be going on before or after me as I’ll embarrass him”.
Earlier this week, Noel expressed his desire to perform at Worthy Farm in 2019.
“I would absolutely love to play Glastonbury next year,” he told The Mirror Online. “I love that festival but I’ll probably be fourth on the bill.”
Liam hinted that he will be at Glasto after performing at Pilton Party last month.