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Liam Gallagher comes out in support of 'Save the honey bee' campaign
Frontman says 'We've got to save them before they all buzz off'
Oasis' Liam Gallagher has come out in support of a campaign to save the honey bee from disappearing.
The singer was apparently made aware of the plight of the insect after honey helped him cure a throat virus that forced Oasis to pull out of the V Festival, before the band split in August.
"The bees are vanishing. We've got to save them before they all buzz off. It's important. It's a really worthwhile cause. Liam told The Sun. "Without them we're in proper bother." He explained.
Join the honeybee's campaign to save Liam Gallagher
We hunted down the last honeybee in England to find out why it is fighting to rescue that other endangered species – Oasis
Having been accused of emotionally torturing his bandmates and going on a rampage around Paris like some kind of guitar-smashing Cloverfield, Liam Gallagher today unveiled his inner Earth Mother by pledging his support for … saving the honeybee!
"We've got to save them before they all buzz off," Gallagher said, perhaps signposting a new career as the third Chuckle Brother. Elsewhere, his grasp of the devastating shift in pollination levels hinted at a future in environmental sciences: "Without them we're in proper bother."
So now we know where Gallagher stands on endangered flying insects. But how do the bees feel about that other endangered species – Oasis? We hunted down the last remaining honeybee in England – we'll call him Stripey McDiesinexplicably – to get the bee's response to Liam's support.
"Christ, don't worry about us," he said, "we'll be fine. The real crisis here is the extinction of Oasis. We don't think people fully realise the catastrophic effect this will have on lad-rock's natural order. Without the availability of the band's stadium support slots to nourish them, an entire strata of gormless, plodding, mid-paced rock poseurs will be destroyed. We're particularly concerned about the fate of Ocean Colour Scene, Wolfmother, Jet, and Kasabian."
"We've started a campaign to protect the most promising of the batch – New Education – but there's a long way to go: at the moment they just keep swatting us away from their pints and screaming. We estimate that within four years there will be no real music played on real instruments and the charts will be nothing but a desert of original, innovative, forward-thinking electro crossover acts. Paul Weller has already started to noticeably wilt."
So there you have it. Oh, and when we joked that Mr McDiesinexplicably could now buzz off, he witheringly replied, "Yeah, right, hilarious. I don't hear that one every day."