Noel Gallagher was caught looking embarrassed this week, after an entire restaurant sang his own song.
The former Oasis singer, 55, was having lunch in Ibiza with his wife Sara MacDonald and son when he was recognized.
The surrounding customers started singing Oasis’s Wonderwall towards him and clapped along.
Hilarious: Noel Gallagher was caught looking embarrassed this week, after an entire restaurant sang him out with his own song
The confused Noel cringed and put her head in his hand as Sara pulled out her phone to capture the hilarious moment of his mortification day.
The humorous interactions were all captured in a TikTok that quickly went viral, with the TikToker saying: ‘Noel Gallagher from Oasis in Ibiza!!! Everyone sang their songs. I think he was a bit embarrassed hehe.
Noel has two sons, Sonny, 11, and Donovan, 14, Sara, and daughter Anaïs, 22, with ex-wife Meg Matthews, although she was not with them on the trip.
It comes after he was branded vile by disability charity Scope for making disparaging comments about people with disabilities.
Spotted: The former Oasis singer, 55, was having lunch in Ibiza with his wife Sara and son, when he received recognition
The singer was discussing his time in Glastonbury when he revealed that he watched Jamie T’s set at John Peel’s set from a handicapped viewing platform.
Noel revealed he turned on his All Areas Access pass to gain access for himself and Rita Ora after a security guard tried to stop him, saying: ‘See my mate that card? It helps me get any place. ‘
As reported by The Mirror, Noel went on to joke that he ‘would get someone out of a wheelchair and put his son in it so they could be in the front.
‘He should bow his head in shame’: Noel branded ‘vile’ by disability charity Scope after his alleged comments
He is also said to have quipped that he would ‘touch people’s foreheads to tell them to “stand up…you can walk.”
Noel added: ‘I have to say, those disabled cats have a great view of things.’
In response to those comments, Warren Kirwan, Communications Director at disability equality charity Scope, told MailOnline: ‘The abuse and disregard for people with disabilities in this interview is vile.’
On stage: The singer was discussing his time at Glastonbury when he revealed he had watched Jamie T’s set at John Peel studios from the disabled viewing platform (performance photo) at the festival)
He continued: ‘Noel Gallagher and Matt Morgan should have known better and held their heads in shame. There is no excuse for this kind of language.
‘Above all, accessible platforms are not for privileged rock stars and their friends. These platforms exist so that people with disabilities can enjoy live music – without them, many of our festivals would simply be off limits. ‘
MailOnline reached out to Noel’s representatives for comment at the time.
Noel performed at Glastonbury with his band High Flying Birds and revealed he enjoys the event as it has no ‘corporate ties’ having performed at a range of festivals during his career his.
Noel chatted with Dermot O’Leary on his BBC Radio 2 show before stepping onto the Glastonbury stage for the fourth time, and the singer asked why he continues to return to the annual event.
Fun times: Noel partyed with the likes of Rose Ferguson, Stella McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne at the festival
He said: ‘It’s the only festival in the world where, in the truest sense of the word, I’ve done it all, it’s all the big gigs in the fields, sponsored by the technology company. This is the only place where the art festival takes place.
‘You can watch a movie, see a comedian, you can go to a knitting circle. I’m telling you, I’ve done them all and some of them have their merits, but this is what stands out all over the world. That’s a great thing and that’s one of the great things about this country. ‘
He added: ‘I come here more often than I play here, I’ve played here five times but I come here every year, it affects your experience when you come to play because you don’t get handouts. Fall trying to sell insurance. .
‘You run into the locals here, you know, you run into the locals here, a man with a sailor hat on and a woman carrying a photo of her. a pet who died 30 years ago says, “Oh, this is my fur boy, he died this time last year,” and you’re like, “Ok, you know the John Peel tent where?”.’
While this is Noel’s fourth performance at Glastonbury, it is his first time taking the stage with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds band.
Performance: Noel performed at Glastonbury with his band High Flying Birds and revealed he enjoys the event as it has no ‘corporate ties’
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