Oasis fans in hysterics as Vogue is forced to subtitle Liam Gallagher’s 73 Questions interview for American viewers – and get all the band names wrong – The Sun

AMERICANS needed subtitles to understand Liam Gallagher after he answered 73 Questions for Vogue – leaving Oasis fans in hysterics.

The 47-year-old claimed he was a "true, living rock star" as he was grilled on a morning walk around London's Hampstead Heath.

The regular video segment is normally rehearsed, with numerous takes.

But Liam's 12-minute video was shot just once with no rehearsal.

Unfortunately some of his chat was lost in translation, with the famous bands he mentioned being spelt wrong in the subtitles.

The Stone Roses were called "Stone Rollers" and Happy Mondays transformed into "After Mondays".

In other amusing moments throughout the film, Liam said Declan Donnelly should play his brother Noel in a movie about them.

"The little fella out of Ant and Dec," he said.

Elsewhere he said his favourite alcoholic drink is all of them – and even revealed his pre-stage ritual.

You might think it would be a pint of lager, but actually Liam said: "I drink a lot of honey, lemon and apple cider vinegar."

The Oasis frontman is about to go on an international tour.

He's also busy planning a wedding after proposing to long-term girlfriend Debbie Gwyther who will be his third wife.

Liam  popped the question to his music manager girlfriend, 37, late last month during a mini-break to Italy’s romantic Amalfi Coast.

Twice-married Liam was previously wed to actress Patsy Kensit, 51, and All Saints singer Nicole Appleton, 44.

Meanwhile he recently revealed he used to wind up his neighbour Jamie Oliver by shouting at him after the pub so much he MOVED.

Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, Liam, 47, recalled: "On the way home, we’d be going, 'He’s got some scran in there.'

"He’d come to his window and be going, 'Liam Stop f***ing about, I’m getting the kids to bed' and we’re going, 'Just chuck us down a couple of bacon sarnies!'"

He continued: "I am a bit of a t**t… funny though, innit? I don’t wish them any harm.

"People take the p*** out of me and I take it… It’s a laugh."

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