Liam Gallagher reveals facial injuries and claims he "fell out" of a helicopter 1 year ago

Liam Gallagher reveals facial injuries and claims he "fell out" of a helicopter

"Who said [rock’n’roll] is dead?" the former Oasis frontman wrote on Twitter.

Singer-songwriter Liam Gallagher posted a photo of himself online with facial injuries on Saturday afternoon (18 September) which he claims he suffered when he "fell out" of a helicopter.


In the Twitter post, the former Oasis frontman, aged 48, can be seen with a plaster attached to his forehead and part of his nose, as well as a number of cuts and what appears to be antiseptic cream across his face.

He said the incident occurred on Friday night.

"So check this out. I fell out the helicopter last night. You couldn’t [write] it," he wrote.

He then assured fans he was "all good," before writing: "Who said [rock’n’roll] is dead? Keith Moon, eat your drum skin out."


You can see the post below.

He later posted a photo of a bottle of beer, with the caption: "What doesn’t kill ya makes ya TUFF GONG."


In another follow-up post, he also joked that the image of his injured face would be the cover shot for his next album.

On Friday night, Gallagher played the main stage at the Isle of Wight Festival in the UK, at which he was a headline act.


The singer-songwriter became famous as the lead singer and frontman of rock band Oasis from 1991 to 2009, before later fronting group Beady Eye from 2009 to 2014.

Following this, he started a solo career and has since released two albums - As You Were in 2017 and Why Me? Why Not in 2019.