Gene Simmons admits that the feud between Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher is the most interesting thing for him, hoping they will never end their constant fighting.
KISS' star Gene Simmons hopes former Oasis' bandmates Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher continue their ongoing feud - because their constant fighting makes them the most "interesting" stars of British music. The band was thrown into turmoil in 2009 after guitarist Noel walked out following a massive argument with his brother backstage at a music festival in France.
The news came after years of infighting and public spats between the brothers. Noel is now planning a solo career, while singer Liam will continue to make music with the rest of his Oasis' bandmates.
But Simmons hopes the split won't put an end to the siblings' feuding - because he loves hearing about their arguments. He tells British radio station XFM, "God bless the U.K. for giving the world the music that makes all our lives better. I like Keane, I like Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand write great songs. What's missing is stars. I don't care what they do, who they're sh**ging, where they live .. they're not interesting people."
"The most interesting people to me are the Gallagher brothers. The interesting thing about them is they're drug addicts and alcoholics and they fight with each other. That's really it."