The Who Frontman Roger Daltrey Teamed Up With Liam Gallagher To Form A Supergroup For A Special Performance On Revived UK TV Show TFI Friday.
Daltrey and Gallagher performed The Who's classic 1965 hit My Generation with The Lightning Seeds' Ian Broudie, original Oasis member Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs, and Ringo Starr's drummer son Zak Starkey live on the entertainment show on Friday (12Jun15).
The series, hosted by British DJ and TV presenter Chris Evans, returned for a one-off special with celebrity guests including Rita Ora, rocker Ricky Wilson, and Sir Kenneth Branagh, and performances from acts including Blur and Rudimental.
During the show, host Evans bowed out and enlisted Scottish actor Ewan McGregor to interview fellow Hollywood star Amanda Seyfried, while other guests included British funnyman Stephen Merchant, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton and Olympic swimmer Tom Daley. Black Grape rocker Shaun Ryder, whose expletive-ridden appearances on the original show prompted TV bosses to stop the series being broadcast live, made a comeback, and walked on the set with tape over his mouth.
The programme originally ran from 1996 to 2000. After Evans left the show, the sixth and final series of TFI Friday was hosted by guests presenters including Sir Elton John and the Spice Girls.