Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has revealed he is set to feature on the next series of 'Peaky Blinders'.
Liam Gallagher is set to feature on the next series of 'Peaky Blinders'.
The 47-year-old rock star has revealed he's recorded a track for the BBC drama show - though Liam is unlikely to be making an on-screen appearance alongside the likes of Cillian Murphy.
He explained: ''We might be doing a song for the next series. That's looking like it will happen.''
However, it seems Liam won't be making a cameo appearance on the show, admitting he doesn't have any talent as an actor.
He told the Sunday Mirror newspaper's Watts the Goss column: ''I met the guy the other day who writes it, and I said, 'I don't really want to be in it because I'm not an actor'. And them actors are f***ing good.
''If he was to offer me a part it would have to be a small part - just having a drink maybe in that pub, with a hat on.
''I know I would be able to pull it off. I'm just not sure about the acting - their acting is amazing.
''I could sit there in the bar and be a moody ****, shoot some ******. Just as long as I don't have to speak too much.''
Meanwhile, Liam previously admitted to watching the British dating show 'Love Island' because it's ''s**t'' and ''stupid''.
In 2017, the outspoken rocker explained: ''I like it man, but I don't truly understand the bit where they've got to kip on the floor, outside.
''I'm just into the fact that it's s**t, you know what I mean? It's just stupid. I'm not getting anything out of it. I'm not learning anything out of it, it's just on.''
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