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Oasis singer Noel Gallagher was forced to call out an emergency doctor following his boozy bender after Manchester City's Champions League win.
The 56-year-old was prescribed antibiotics and admitted that he later performed terribly at a gig due to his strained vocals.
He said: "I lost my voice for one of them (gigs) because I was celebrating City’s winning the treble.
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"I had to have a doctor. This doctor arrived at my hotel and it was like he stepped off a time capsule from the seventies. He looked exactly like Gary Shandling."
Noel then explained that the doctor was willing to write him a sick note if he didn't want to perform at his gig.
The singer added: "I said: 'Is it worth me pulling the show or not?' And he said: 'No you should be good.. gargle on this'. He gave me some tablets and it was all good."
However, although Noel did continue with his show, he confessed that it was "f****** appalling" and he had to cut things short due to his strained vocals and day drinking.
The news comes after Noel's brother Liam took a hilarious aim at him while speaking to presenter Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2.
Liam, 50, jokingly dubbed his estranged older sibling "a stalker" as he revealed how he has been celebrating his beloved Manchester City recent treble success.
Jo asked: "Are you friends with any of the [Manchester City] players?"
Liam replied: "Erm…no. I don't go for that me, man. I've met a few of them but i'm not like our kid [Noel] who's down there, stalking them every two minutes – in the dressing room naked after just putting a 90 minute shift in.
"I don't do that, as you know. I'm not a celebrity, lady of the night as they say. I keep myself to myself."
Jo also asked Liam about his tweet which suggested Oasis will make a comeback if Manchester City was to beat Inter Milan.
Shutting things down swiftly, Liam jokingly replied: "I never said that."
However, the star did admit that his child is keane for the band to reunite.
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