WATCH: Liam Gallagher sings classic Oasis tracks as he washes his hands
21 March 2020, 16:45 | Updated: 21 March 2020, 19:20
The rocker shared videos of himself upgrading his Wonderwall and Supersonic bangers to encourage fans to wash their hands amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Liam Gallagher has shared videos of himself singing classic Oasis tracks while washing his hands.
The Manchester rocker has taken to social media to share the clips, which see him transform iconic songs Wonderwall, Supersonic and Champagne Supernova - in order to share the word about good hygiene during the coronavirus outbreak.
The first video saw Gallagher upgrade the 1995 hit Wonderwall, which he changed to "WONDERWASH", while the second clip saw him give his 1994 Supersonic banger the puntastic title of "SOAPERSONIC".
Watch his handiwork in the video above.
Not content to leave it at that, the Burnage Boy went one for the triple whammy, singing Champagne "Soapernova" for his fans.
Back by popular demand here’s champagne SOAPERNOVA thank you all for washing and I’ll see you down the road LG x pic.twitter.com/omk9Fr7OSk— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 21, 2020
Liam Gallagher isn't the first rock star to give his fans a helping hand with a tutorial this week.
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers also went viral for washing his hands while singing Mr. Brightside.
The Las Vegas rocker was urging his fans to keep washing their hands to the chart-topping Hot Fuss track, so he finally decided to practice what he preached, and shared a video to go with it.
See his video here:
Liam Gallagher and Brandon Flowers are just some of the celebrities who have taken to social media to lighten the mood this week.
The likes of Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend have played live gigs on Instagram, U2 legend Bono has shared a song which he was inspired to write due to the pandemic, and Gal Gadot enlisted her celebrity friends to help her sing John Lennon's Imagine.
But by far the most amusing video was an Imagine cover parody video shared by Joe Lycett and his comedy pals.
Watch it below: