Amelia Dimoldenberg prefers Liam Gallagher to Christmas for Chicken Shop Date
March 5, 2022, 10:02
The YouTube star and comedian has revealed which of the Oasis brothers she would rather hang out on her famous dates.
Amelie Dimoldenberg would choose Liam Gallagher on his brother Christmas for a Chicken shop date.
The journalist, comedian and YouTube star attended the NME Awards on Wednesday, March 2, where she revealed she loves the Supersonic movie and really wants to have a chicken meal with the old Oasis leader.
Ask by Jack Wood of Radio X if she would get the Everything is electric rocker on a date, she replied, “Oh my god. I tried! I tried to get Liam Gallagher and failed.”
When asked who she would choose between him and her brother, she barely hesitated, replying, “Liam,” adding, “Sorry, that was quick!”
Also on his hit list were Bring me the horizonwho closed the awards ceremony, but stressed “there are a lot of them”.
Watch our interview with the star below:
Liam Gallagher and BMTH aren’t the only rockers she has her eye on one or the other, because she wants nothing but Sam Fender for his famous series.
I’m a big fan of Sam Fender,” she told Radio X. “I really want him to be on Chicken Shop Date, so I think after his performance, I could get up to him and be weird…”
Asked what she would ask the seventeen below singer, she said: “I feel like all my questions would be about Newcastle.
She added: “I want to film it in Newcastle, but other than that I can’t say too much because I don’t want to reveal my trade secrets.”
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Liam Gallagher was scheduled to attend the star-studded party, but unfortunately canceled at the last minute due to illness.
He was honored on the night with the Musical Moment of the Year award for its free NHS concert and dedicated the award to key workers.
Meanwhile, Sam Fender then had a great night at the awards ceremony, opening the show with a performance by his seventeen below single and winning two awards for Best Album by a British Artist and best album in the world for his groundbreaking second album.
Fender and his band also met the viral trainspotter Francois Bourgeois and Radio X captured the magical behind-the-scenes moment.
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