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Noel Gallagher is loving lockdown life

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Los Angeles | Friday, 2021 1:15:06 PM IST
Oasis legend Noel Gallagher says he has had a great time being at home during lockdown induced by Covid-19.

"I wish I could preach about clean living but I can't. But I'm loving it. I got really back into... drinking at home, which I haven't done since the 90s, every night watching the telly. I know rock stars who are health obsessed... and are quick to tell you they've been to rehab. It's like, nobody wants to know that. Thankfully, I never felt the need to go," Gallagher said.

Despite lockdown, Noel has managed to get exercise, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

"I eat quite well and do a bit of exercise. I get out on my bike and I've got a gym though I've not used it in six months. But my wife is a fitness fanatic," he shared with the The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column.

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2021-06-11-07:04:02 (IANS)

 
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