Liam Gallagher has revealed he is battling arthritis in his hips and undergoing acupuncture treatment in a bid to relieve the pain.
The 46-year-old former Oasis frontman has revealed doctors have warned him to cut down on jogging and he is seeking alternative therapy to help ease the pain in his legs.
Gallagher told Q Magazine: “This geezer is mega, he doesn’t f*** about. He gets the needles and whacks them in.”
“He sorts it but it keeps coming back. Acupuncture is alright, at least it’s needles.”
“I can convince myself it’s still a bit rock ‘n’ roll.”
The Come Back To Me singer also opened up about being reunited with his daughter Molly, 21, whose mother is singer Lisa Moorish.
Gallagher – father to sons Lennon, 19, and Gene, 17, from his marriages to Patsy Kensit and Nicole Appleton – explained his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther encouraged him to make contact with Molly and they met for the first time last year.
He said: “Obviously, it should’ve happened years ago… but, it’s great. We’ve been hanging out loads.”
“Molly fitted in straightaway. The lads love her, Debbie loves her.”
“I mean, she’s moody. She’s got a temper just like me. But it’s all good.”
Gallagher is also father to six-year-old daughter Gemma from his brief affair with New York Times journalist Liza Ghorbani in 2012.
The Wonderwall singer also spoke about the time he was ‘visited’ by the ghost of Beatles star John Lennon.
He revealed: “Years ago I thought I saw the ghost of John Lennon in Liverpool, in a hotel. I was passed out in my bed, off my box, woke up and – in my head – I saw John Lennon at the window, wearing a denim jacket, long hair, round bins and no beard. He was at the window, waving.”
“To be fair, it couldn’t have been a ghost because ghosts are in black and white. Lennon was colour. They can be colour? We need to look into that. But he would be, wouldn’t he, he was Psychedelic John. He looked very well. He didn’t look dead.”