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‘Celebrity Gogglebox’: watch Noel Gallagher comment on ‘The X Factor’, ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

Gallagher took part in celebrity edition for charity alongside Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss

Noel Gallagher took part in a celebrity edition of Channel 4’s Gogglebox as part of the Stand Up 2 Cancer charity night last night (October 17).

Gallagher, who announced details of his new album earlier this week, appeared alongside Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss on the show, which sees members of the public sitting in their living rooms and commenting on TV shows as they watch them.

During the course of the show, in clips you can see below, Gallagher was reminded of the time he danced with Kate Moss at Mick Jagger’s house in Mustique while watching Strictly Come Dancing. He also commented on The X Factor and said that Moss regularly stole crisps from him when the pair lived together many years ago.

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The celebrity trio were not the only famous faces taking part in the special edition of Gogglebox with Miranda Hart, Paul O’Grady and Kathy Burke also taking part.

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