If you thought Robbie Williams’ obsession with UFOs was out of this world, you’ll love this.
Liam Gallagher has been chasing his own Champagne Supernova in the sky.
Over the weekend the ex-Oasis rocker, 40, journeyed from his home in northwest London’s Hampstead to a galaxy far, far, away – The Planetarium in Greenwich, south-east London – to experience the wonders of the sky at night with the rest of his Beady Eye bandmates.
We’re told the rockers saw images from spacecraft and telescopes, and learnt how to land on Mars at the Royal Observatory.
A fellow star-gazing enthusiast told us: “It’s not the place you’d expect to see a rock star like Liam. Perhaps he was getting inspiration for his music. Everyone was shocked when Liam swaggered through, looking mesmerised as he peered through the telescopes. He even got to see the birth of a star.”
We’re told Liam then headed to local pub The Princess Of Wales, just round the corner in Blackheath.
While sinking a few beers, Liam got busy telling all the local boozers exactly how much he loved the Planetarium and its light shows.
After about half an hour he was swamped with fans hoping to meet him and get photos.
Ever the charmer, he planted kisses on the ladies’ hands and said: “It’s nice that some people still remember us.”
Robbie, 39, claims to have seen three UFOs in his life and reckons he will study extra-terrestrial lifeforms properly when he retires from pop.